Balochistan: Nine abducted including father and a son and two released

According to reports, on 01 July 2017, Pakistani security forces raided a garage in Soro Bazar of Mand district Kech, Balochistan.

During the raid security forces beaten up and abducted mechanic Imran Yasin resident of Gayab, Mand district Kech, Balochistan.

On 29 June 2017, fourth day of continuous military operation in Nondhada Julonti, Talarok, Butti and Kuch areas of Jhao, district Awaran, Balochistan.

Dozens have been abducted, five have been identified as Sanaullah Mosa, Pollan Ramzan, Khalil Lal Bakhsh, Abdullah Bado, Abdul Razzaq Basham and his brother Abdul Samad Basham

Separately, security forces started a search operation in Kocha area of Dasht district Kech, Balochistan

All the men were assembled in one line and were subjected to severe torture. Tapuk Ibrahim and his son Ameer Jan were whisked away from the scene.

Ameer Jan is an eighteen years old student, he was studying in Gwadar and came to visit his family in Kocha, Dasht on Eid holidays.

On the same day, Pakistani security forces raided a house in Cheri Bazar of Asiabad, district Kech, Balochistan and abducted Dad Dost Mohammad Bakhsh, Asghar, Nizam and Madiyan.

From Nizarabad area of Tump, security forces abducted Shah Dad Niaz, Waheed, Mansor and Ghani Faqir Mohammad.

On 28 June 2017, Pakistani security forces raided a house in Mondi district Gwadar, Balochistan and abducted Waheed Wahid Bakhsh, Siraj Wahid Bakhsh, Sohail Wahid Bakhsh and Samir Pashambey residents of Sholig, Dasht district Kech, Balochistan.

On 01 July 2017, Waheed Wahid Bakhsh and Siraj Wahid Bakhsh have been released from Gwadar, Balochistan, while others are still missing

During the military operations, torturing of women and children, looting valuables and burning the houses of local inhabitants are being consistently reported.

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

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