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Kech: Four Baloch, including a student, enforced diapered by Pakistan

Pakistani forces detained four persons from different localities of Kech district of Balochistan and shifted them to unknown places.

According to details, Pakistani security forces arrested three persons from Dasht and one from Absar area of ​​Kech district Balochistan and took them away.

Three detain persons from Dasht-e-Sabdan have been identified as Azam son of Nabi Bakhsh, Nadir son of Rahim Bakhsh and Muslim son of Hameed, it has been reported by their family that they were enforced diapered two days before from their houses by Pakistani forces.

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Makran: Military operation in Hoshaap, two Baloch woman enforced disappeared by Pak Army

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BALOCHISTAN: Pakistan army opens indiscriminate fire on Baloch woman demonstrators in Kech, Makran.  One woman was injured, two enforced disappeared after being arrested.

According to local sources, Pakistan army on the pretext of search attacked Hoshaap area of Keck district. The woman of the village protested against the army operation and tried to stop Pakistani forces disrespecting and dishonoring woman and the sanctuary of their homes.

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Dasht in Makran under Siege by Pakistan Army

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BALOCHISTAN: News from local sources confirmed that a grand Pakistani military operation has begun at different locations of Dasht Tehsil of Makran, Balochistan. According to reports, Pakistan army has cordoned off the entire entrance and exit points to and from Dasht.

Local sources state that in the last 48 hours different villages in Dasht witnessed Pakistan army attacks on homes of Baloch civilians, illegal abductions, targeted killings and burning down of houses of activists by the soldiers taking part in the operation. Reports indicate heavy fighting going on between Baloch resistance and the army soldiers with fear of mounting casualties.

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Baloch guns and gold: the gold — Surat Khan Marri

In Balochistan, all powers including the administrative rest with the army. Even in the so-called elections, clearance from the army is a precondition

The Supreme Court of Pakistan in the Asghar Khan case, where he challenged the army and the agencies distributing hundreds of million rupees (Rs 1.48 billion) among establishment-favoured politicians to win elections to serve their (the army’s) purposes, has observed that the army and the agencies had exceeded and overstepped their constitutional mandate. It is interesting and worthy of attention that an almost similar incident took place in India on India National Day at a seminar in Srinagar. A student union president, a principal of a college and a Kashmiri intellectual unanimously agreed that the Indian army and attached agencies were overstepping their constitutional mandate by distributing charities, awarding scholarships to students, opening schools and hospitals and overlooking a number of other welfare works that should have been the responsibility of the civilian government. The Srinagar seminar also raised the question as to why the army and attached agencies did not worry about shouldering the civilian government’s responsibilities of looking after welfare work like opening schools and hospitals in other Indian states.

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