The Pakistani army has moved six people from Khuzdar to an unknown location after detaining them.
According to details, the Pakistani Army forcefully disappeared six youths from Goni, Kocha and Zabad area of Greeshag in Khuzdar during raids and shifted them to an unknown location.
Those missing after detention include Azum son of Dawood, Zahid son of Naik Muhammad, Rafiq son of Ali, Sattar son of Muhammad, Wazir son of Murad and Tariq son of Amin.
It should be noted that several youths were also detained and disappeared by the army in Greeshag last month.
Incidents of forced disappearances in Balochistan are being reported on a daily basis, where abductees include students, political activists, writers and people from other walks of life.
Enforced disappearances and dumped bodies are not uncommon in Balochistan. Thousands of people have gone missing and hundreds of dead bodies have been found over the past two decades, most of them were reported the political, social or rights activists.
Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) a campaign group by the families of Baloch missing persons, alleges that Pakistani secret services kill and dump the bodies of missing activists in remote areas.