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Kech: security forces whisked away 7 persons, military Operation underway in Awaran

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Massive operation underway in Awaran region and Pakistani forces have abducted seven persons from Kech district of Balochistan.

According to details, seven persons have been abducted by Pakistani forces during raids on houses from Mand and Tump area of kech district.

As per locals, Pakistani forces raided in a house Serken area of Tump, abducted four men and harrassed women and snatched their mobile phones.

Abductees have been identified as, Ali Haider son of Dil Jan, Musalim son of Gulam Jan, Shahdost son of Rahim Baksh resident of Serken and Behroz son of Master Samad.

Whereas Ealier a day ago at morning, Pakistan security forces and intelligence agencies raided Balochabad an area located in Mand and abducted atleast three persons

The abductees were identified as Adil s/o Mohammad Ali, Sajid s/o Peer Mohammad and Ayaz s/o Dad Mohammad.

Moreover, Massive operation underway in Awaran district of Balochistan.

According to the sources, Pakistani forces started a large-scale operation in Awaran region, and sieged Bazdad, Wehli, Darskee, Goash area of Malaar.

The forces have aslo the aerial support and has continuously shelling in Mountains rages of the area. while no reports of enforced disappearances have been received from those areas yet.

Military operations and Abduction-styled-arrests are common in Balochistan during search operations by Pakistani forces, but detainees are not produced in front of the court and are detained at undisclosed locations.

International campaign groups including Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International accuse Pakistani security forces as the perpetrators of ‘illegal abductions in Balochistan

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