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2015 - 2018: Pakistani military aggression in occupied Balochistan

You can estimate the ongoing Pakistani military aggression in occupied Balochistan with reports from the Baloch National Movement and Sangar  Media & Publications, 2015 to 2019


2015
According to newspapers and available statistics and Sangar records, in 2015 -. 385 Baloch were killed.

1986 - Baloch disappeared after detention, while Pakistani army targeted population 615 times in occupied Balochistan,

 2016
 
۔۔۔According to data available in 2016, Pakistani army conducted 1146 military operations in Balochistan and burnt 890 houses after looting them.  
Same year, 3534 people were disparaged by forces.  While the total of 694 bodies were recovered . 510 people were martyred and the motive for the 179 killed was not revealed. 
111 people were rescued from the chambers of state forces while many bodies were buried due to unidentified mutilation.


2017

According to data available in 2017, Pakistani 
Forces disappeared after detaining 2317 people in over 936 operations in occupied Balochistan.
In the same year, 424 bodies were found, in which 196 Baloch were martyred during the targeted, detention and massacre operations.

However, the motions of 158 bodies could not be revealed . There were 48 bodies that were not identified in the same year; evidence and motives suggest that these were the persons who were killed during detention and made the bodies unidentified

However, the state did not do their DNA. 
In 2017, 225 missing persons were recovered, including 10 who were reported missing by forces one, three or four years ago. During operations forces burned over 566 houses, looted hundreds of houses and cleared all items. 
A mass grave was also discovered from Dera Bugti earlier that year, but Pakistani forces did not clear evidence and free access to any free media, as in the graves of Tatk, more than 1790 livestock operations were taken.

2018


The overall human rights situation in occupied Balochistan has been grim in 2018. Throughout the year, forces conducted 730 operations and looted more than 800 homes, burning 544 homes.
According to available data this year, the forces disappeared after the detention of 1164 people

While 232 bodies were found in which 108 Baloch were martyred by the forces, while motives of killing 89 people could not be revealed. In the same year, 27 missing bodies were found that could not be identified. 298 missing persons were also recovered from the force, including 23 missing from 2017. 15 missing from 2016. 9 missing from 2015, 3 missing from 2014.

That is, in addition to the 50 people, the remaining 248 were the ones who recovered a few days or the second or third month after the forces disappeared in 2018.

Pakistani forces set up dozens of new outposts and camps in occupied Balochistan according to available data.

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