Friday, 27 August 2010

Slow but steady genocide of Baluch continues: Bullet-riddled body found in Khuzdar

Occupied Baluchistan: A bullet-riddled body was found in Khuzdar on Thursday, some 350 kilometres from Quetta. According to sources, the body was found from Bagh Bana area of Khuzdar and was brought to hospital for autopsy. The deceased has been identified as Tahir Muhammad. Sources said that unidentified people had kidnapped Tahir Muhammad from Koshak area of Khuzdar a few days ago. Marks on Tahir’s body indicate he was severely tortured before his death.

It is worth mentioning that more than a dozen dead bodies of Baluch abducted person were recovered from different parts of Baluchistan in span of less than a month. According to eye-witnesses, families and the doctors reports all the victims were shot in the head. Most of these people had been abducted by Pakistan Military Intelligence Agencies and Para-military forces and were killed in their custody. The so called Sipah-e-Shohada-e-Baluchistan, the “death squad” wing of Pakistan military, accepted responsibility for most of the gruesome, inhuman and brutal murders of Baluch activists.

Three top Baluch political leaders Shaheed Ghulam Mohammad Baluch, Lala Munir Baluch and Sher Mohammed Baluch were also abducted in broad daylight from their lawyers’ office and murdered in cold-blood by their official abductors.

Meanwhile The Balochhal reported that two dead bodies were recovered from Khanozai and Turbat on Wednesday. One of them was identified as Abdul Rehman Khosa who was reported as missing for the past several weeks.

2 prisoners shot dead

QUETTA: Two prisoners were shot dead on Thursday after unidentified gunmen stormed a Levies post in Bakhtiarabad, some 300 kilometres from Quetta. According to security sources, a group of gunmen barged into the Levies post and held the personnel hostage. They then fled after killing Muhammad Anwar and Nabi Bakhsh, who were being held there. A security man was also injured in the standoff.

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