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Balochistan: Operation continues, Several ‘Forcefully disappeared’

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Several persons were forcibly disappeared during operations and raids in various districts of Balochistan.

According to details, Pakistani security forces carried out several operations and raids in Kech, Awaran, Panjgur and Awaran districts of Balochistan.


On Friday, Pakistani forces and intelligence agencies raided in main Bazaar area of Turbat and forcibly disappeared Aslam S/o Umar Residents of Aspeet Ghar area of Zamuran and moved him in to unknown locations.

According to reports, his brother Rafiq has arrested and disappeared since five years ago from Quetta and his whereabouts still remains unkown.


On Friday, Pakistani security forces conducted an operation in Gresh Kour area of Awaran and moved several persons to the military camp.

After the investigation and checking of NIC and disappeared three youngsters, who have been identified as Abdul Basit S/o Zubair, Javeed S/o Abdul Hameed and Huzoor Baksh S/o Master Ellahi Baksh. while other were released.


Last night at 03 PM, Pakistani forces carried out an operation in kelkour area of Balgathar.

Whereas women and children were reported to be harrassed and torture and valuables things including mobiles were looted by the forces.

While, no any arrest were reported yet.


According to a local news networking website TBP, Pakistani started an massive operation in Jahoo area of Awaran and moved the male members of the village to their camp and looted valuable things.

Some of the victims have been identified as Anwar S/o Mohammad, Khalil S/o Abbas, Badal S/o Abbas, Shambow S/o Yarow, Tahir S/o Shambow, Raheem Dad s/o Hussain, Shabeer s/o Raheem Dad, Mamo S/o Nehako and Rashid S/o Mamo.

Many political organizations including a campaign group made by the families of the victims of enforced disappearances, VBMP claim that thousands of students, activists, lawyers and teachers have been abducted by Pakistani forces in last two decades.


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