Missing persons: 4 bodies found in Quetta

Published: July 7, 2011
Bodies include one of former activist of BSO-Azad.

Bodies include one of former activist of BSO-Azad.


Four more bullet riddled bodies, including that of a former activist of the Baloch Students Organisation Azad (BSO-Azad), were found from desolate places in Kech, Khuzdar and Gwadar on Wednesday.

Balochistan Levies officials found the body of Hanif Baloch from Chakli area of Tehsil Pasni, situated on the Coastal Highway. According to sources, the victim, a former president of BSO-Azad, was shot in the head and chest while his body bore deep wounds of torture in custody. Baloch was kidnapped from Quetta two days ago.  His family has accused government functionaries of killing him during illegal detention.

Meanwhile, two bullet-riddled bodies were recovered from Juzak in Kech District. The bodies were taken to the District Headquarters Hospital Turbat where they were identified as Azam Mehrab, resident of Tump, and Raheem, resident of Mand. Officials say they have no information regarding the abduction of the deceased.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 7th, 2011.

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  • Kamran Baloch
    Jul 7, 2011 - 10:31AM

    Shame on you Terrorists. Killing innocent students. Bangladesh is being repeated by the terrorist forces. I wish these terrorists who have claimed lives of so many innocent students and left their bullet ridden bodies, these terrorists suffer the same fate as their victims.

    The ISAF, NATO, AMERICA, CHINA, INDIA, AFGHANISTAN, RUSSIA should come together to defeat the nefarious designs of these terrorists and help save innocent lives of the Baloch people.

    Bangladesh massacre should not be allowed to be repeated at any cost.

    Down with the cowardly terrorists.Recommend

  • Worried
    Jul 7, 2011 - 12:29PM

    Crush these extremists once and for all. We will talk to anybody who is ready to talk. Challenges to the writ of the state shall not be tolerated. Long live Pakistan.Recommend

  • sada
    Jul 7, 2011 - 6:30PM

    @K-Baloch: You guys had started and now begging for help from International community to intervene???????? No one is blind ,SON!!!!!!!!!!!Recommend

  • Jul 8, 2011 - 6:49AM

    @Kamran Baloch:
    A few of those countries have been wanting to for a long time. It’s Pakistan that has prevented it. That’s one of the primary reasons for not trusting Pakistan. It makes no sense unless they have something to lose by agreeing.Recommend

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