If any “vindictive” action was taken against any teacher in the name of election duty, then the teachers would refuse to perform election duties all over the province. Jatak
QUETTA: Deployment of the military and paramilitary forces in the ‘sensitive’ and ‘most sensitive’ districts of Balochistan began on Monday to maintain law and order during the general elections.
Official sources said that more than 15,000 personnel of the army and the Frontier Corps (FC) would be deployed in the sensitive districts, namely, Mastung, Kalat, Khuzdar, Turbat, Panjgur, Gwadar, Dera Bugti, Kohlu, Awaran, Kharan and Washuk.
Lahore, April 29: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has expressed serious concern at reports of apparently unauthorised raids and disappearance of several individuals in Kech and Gwadar districts of Balochistan and the killing of two political workers in Sindh.
In a statement issued on Monday, the Commission said: “It is a matter of great concern that the practices that have brought Pakistan to a precarious state continue even on the eve of the elections.
Karachi: Tortured and bullet-ridden bodies of two activists of Jeay Sindh Muttaheda Mahaz have been found in Khaipore city of Dado on Sunday.
Sources reported that the bodies of Sindhi activists were stuffed in a sack and were discovered in a Nathan Shah village in Sindh.
The victims have been identified as Aamir Khuhawad and Sajjad Markhand. They men were reportedly abducted from Larkana three day ago.
Quetta: Pakistani military carried out a house to house operation in Ward number 6 in Pasni Balochistan on Saturday.
Sources reported that women and children were beaten up and harassed during the operation. Over 24 people have been arrested and taken to an unknown location.
The Pakistan security forces have broken the doors of houses and looted people of their cash, jewelleries and other precious household apparatus.
Quetta: Government teachers of eleven districts of Balochistan have refused to perform duties during May 11, election due to security threats.
According to details, after receiving the threats, 18,461 teachers from the 11 districts were advised to refrain from participating in the polls.