BALOCHISTAN: Pakistani security forces have dumped tortured and bulled-ridden bodies of four previously abducted Baloch in different area of Balochistan in past two days.
According to details Pakistani forces opened sudden firing at Churi Churi region of Mashkay on 16 May 2016 and dumped two dead bodies in the region before going back to their base.
By Sajid Hussain
On August 26, 2006, the Pakistan military killed an octogenarian Baloch nationalist leader, Akbar Bugti. Pervez Musharraf’s regime celebrated to have gotten rid of the “source of conflict” between Balochistan and Islamabad. The Baloch, with posters of the classy old man’s iconic photo in which he is leading the Baloch guerrillas on a camel in the mountains of Balochistan, mourned the death of a “hero” who fought for their rights at an age when he should be waiting for a quiet death.
It was not a quiet mourning though. The protesters burnt down everything they thought could remind them of Pakistan. Banks. ATM machines. Government offices. And vehicles. The country’s flags.