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Turbat: Families protest against disappearance of 7 students

September 6, 2018

Families of seven young students protested in front of press club in Turbat city of Balochistan on Thursday.

According to details received by TBP, the families of seven ‘forcefully disappeared young students including three teenagers’ protested in front of Turbat press club on Thursday.

“All seven are students and were abducted by Pakistani forces from Bhawani area of Hub Balochistan, while traveling for a tourism trip from Tump to Karachi on 21 July in a local Bus”, Families stated.

They further added that “the disappeared are young students and were not involved in any criminal and political activities, therefore, they should be released safely”.

The abductees are identified as, Jabir Ali s/o Ilahi Bux, Abdul Majeed s/o Qadir Bux, Aziz Ahmed s/o Taj Mohammed, Sajid Ali s/o Nazeer Ahmed,Zahid Ali s/o Kareem Bux, Shoaib Ahmed s/o Peer Mohammed and Qadeer Ahmed s/o Mohammed Musa.

During the protest their families urged the Chief Justice and Prime minister of Pakistan including authorities of Balochistan for safe recovery of their loved ones.


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