Balochistan: Eight abducted by military on CPEC route

According to reports, on 05 August 2017, Pakistani security forces raided Kapkapar area of Dasht district Kech, Balochistan and abducted Assa Jumma, resident of Kashap, Dasht district Kech and Miran Baloch, resident of Shund, Dasht district Kech, Balochistan and forcibly seized the vehicle.

Separately, from Kenechi area of district Awaran, Balochistan, forces abducted Ganj Bakhsh Lal Jan.

On 04 August 2017, Pakistani security forces carried out operation in Jakroo and Darman Binth areas of district Awaran, Balochistan.

During the operation forces opened indiscriminate fire on the civilians and abducted Bazid Eid Mohammad resident of Jakroo district Awaran, Balochistan.

On the other hand, security forces raided Balicha area of Tump district Kech, Balochistan.

During the raid forces searched House-to-House and abducted Shao, Zahid, Baso and Waji.

Targeting the villages on and around the route of planned road netwrok. Dozens of villages have been forcefully evacuated and houses burnt by security forces, reports from Balochistan say.

Many political workers and leaders have been killed who opposed CPEC, including Dr. Mannan Baloch, the Central Secretary of BNM, a political party campaigns for the rights of the indigenous people of Balochistan.

He was murdered in a military operation early Saturday morning ,30 January 2016, in Balochistan’s Mastung area.

Hundreds of Political workers are abducted by security forces and are still missing, including:

Zahid Kurd, Chairman of Baloch Student Organisation (Azad), was picked up in a security raid in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan, on 18 March 2014.

Shabir Baloch, 24 years old, is BSO-Azad’s information secretary. He was abducted by the Pakistani Army on 04 October 2016 from Gwarkop area of district Kech, Balochistan.

Dr Din Mohammad Baloch, a senior member of BNM was abducted by Pakistani army and Intelligence agencies on 28 June 2009.

All the abductees have been shifted to unknown location and their whereabouts remain unknown to their families.

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