Pakistan’s “Kill and Dump” policy continues: 11 more bodies of Baloch missing persons found.

Occupied Balochistan: Pakistan’s “slow genocide” policy continues in Balochistan. The Pakistani military and intelligence agencies have killed eleven more Baloch youths under custody in 24 hours and dumped their bullet riddled bodies in Quetta, Noshki, Mastung, Windar, Pasni, Khuzdar and Turbat.

Windar: The bullet riddled bodies of Faraz Ulfat Naseem and Umaid Ali found from Windar area of district Lasbela on 2nd November 2011. Extreme signs of torture and gunshot wounds were visible on victims’ bodies. The Pakistan’s military and intelligence agencies have abducted them on 9th October 2011 from industrial town of Hub in Balochistan.

On 30th October in a press conference outside Quetta press Club, the sister of Faraz Baloch said that “The families fear that their loved ones might just be killed and dumped like hundreds of other Baloch activists who have recently been tortured to death by Pakistani security force while in their custody. She urged the International Human Rights Organizations’ and other International Rights groups to take notice of Pakistani atrocities and genocidal policy against Baloch people.”

It is known that Faraz Naseem was a former member of the central committee of Baloch Student Organization (Azad) and nephew of Dr. Jahanzeb Jamaldini, the vice president of Balochistan National Party.

Noshki: In Noshki two bullet riddled bodies were found on 2nd November 2011 and later identified as Mohammad Naeem and Mahboob Baloch. They were subjected to extreme torture. Both youths were abducted by the Pakistan military and secret agencies.

Pasni: Two mutilated bodies of Baloch activists were found in Pasni. On 2nd November 2011 a bullet riddled body of Baloch youth was found from Kappar area of Pasni town. After autopsy, doctors determined that the victim died three days earlier, he was identified as Moula Baksh Ibrahim and was a resident of Nalent district of Gwadar.

The second body was found on 3rd November 2011, from the coastal town of Pasni and was identified as Zubair Zahid Baloch. The sixteen years old Zubair Zahid Baloch was a resident of Pasni and member of Baloch Student Organization-Azad. He was abducted on 8th October 2011 by Pakistani secret agencies with the help of Frontier Corps (FC) from Gwadar Zero point. Both victims showed signs of extreme torture before being killed by gunshot wounds.

Mastung and Quetta: Two more bullet riddled bodies were recovered from Mastung and Quetta on 2nd November 2011. In the first incident, Levies Force personnel recovered a body from Dasht area of Mastung and moved the body to the hospital for autopsy. However, the identity of deceased could not be ascertained. Levies sources said the victim was shot in his head and marks of torture were visible on the body. The body was later shifted to Bolan Medical Complex Hospital.

In the second incident, police recovered a body from Sabzal Road of Quetta. Police shifted the body to hospital for postmortem and said deceased was shot dead. However, identity of victim is yet to be known.

Turbat: Two more bullet riddled bodies of Baloch youths found from Turbat in early hours of Thursday morning, 3rd November 2011. The bodies identified as Gohram Khalid Baloch, resident of Mand and the former president of Baloch Republican Party (BRP), Mand. While another person identified as Ayyam Mohammad Umer, resident of Mand. Both the victims were abducted by the Pakistan military and intelligence agencies few months ago from Mand town.

Khuzdar: Another bullet riddled body was found in  Khuzdar on 3rd November 2011 and identified as Abdul Samad Tagrani Raees Baloch, the central finance secretary of Baloch National Movement (BNM) , resident of Balicha. Abdul Samad Tagrani was abducted on 9th September 2011 by the armed men of Pakistan military and intelligence agencies in front of Zahid Medical Store in Hub town. According to local sources the abductors were in two vehicles and were uniformed.

Political analysts close to the Baloch independence movement have concluded that the Pakistani government has presented a pattern since the summer of 2010 of quid pro quo retaliation on attacks from Baloch fighters. They have observed that every action taken by the fighters is almost instantly answered by the execution of Baloch activists in custody only later to be found on the side of the road of different cities and townships in Balochistan.

Pakistan is repeatedly flaunting international laws and norms by using political and civic society activists as a fodder and pressure point to suppress the independence movement in Balochistan.

Source: Baloch Johd, BUC news, Bam Hal, Baloch Warna, Bygwaah

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