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Fourteen persons including women & children abducted by Pakistan Army.

Nov 28, 2019

(Current Balochistan)

Fourteen people including women and children have been abducted by the Pakistan Army from Kech and Dera Bugti on thursday.

According to details, the victims were abducted by the forces from Buleda, Kech and Uch’s Lakha Narri area of Dera Bugti and were moved to an unkown location.

There were four women and children among the abducted victims. The people had their livestocks such as Camels, Goat and Etc while they were moved which were also taken into custody by the army and they were later shifted to Sui army cantonment.

Some of abducted victims from Dera Bugti were identified as follow:

Shahgull s/o Shah Nawaz Bugti,
Shad Ali s/o Shah Dad,
Meero s/o Ghabru Bugti,
Phogo s/o Mazaran Bugti,
Hunda s/o Jada Bugti,
Naseewan s/o Zarrakh Bugti,
Turkman s/o Zarrakh Bugti,
Sami Khatoon w/o Zarak Bugti,
Shah Meer s/o Bakht Ali Bugti,
Naseebo Khatoon w/o Bakht Ali Bugti,
Durr BiBi d/o Bakht Ali Bugti.

Another abduction was reported in Mehnaz, Buleda district Kech, where Pakistani security forces raided a house, harrassed women and children and abducted a Balochi language poet who has been identified as Mohammad Ali Johar.

Enforced Disappearance, extra judicial killings have been going on in Balochistan since early 2000’s. When the central government started to suppress the voice of indigenous people of Balochistan on rights for their land and resources. Thousands have gone missing since then, hundreds of missing persons were found dead later.

The policy of enforced disappearance of women and children and custodial killing of civilians have given rise to a humanitarian crisis which has largely affected the people in Balochistan since two decades.


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