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Four Baloch youth abducted from Pasni; Operations continue in Dera Bugti & other regions of Balochistan

Occupied Balochistan: Four Baloch youth, including a Levis officer, have been abducted by Pakistan security agencies from Pasni town of Balochistan. According to sources, around fifteen security forces personnel came in two official vehicles and abducted the four youth near a police check point in the Jaddi area of Pasni town's Ward number 7. Eye-witnesses said the men were abducted at gunpoint before the eyes of police. The police only resisted when the armed officials tried to abduct a Police ASI.

The abducted men have been named as Hakeem S/O Pandok of Rekposht Pasni, Saddam S/O Munshi Akhtar of Ward number 5 Pasni, Yad Baloch of Pasni and Mohammd Ali Jamot a residence of Sindh. The cause of their abduction is not known, however, eye-witnesses and police have confirmed that the abductors were driving official vehicles.

Meanwhile, sources from Dera Bugti reported that Pakistani security forces have been conducting raids and search operations in several areas of Sui and Dera Bugti. They said that on Friday houses were burnt down by Pakistani armed forces in Zamuran and Nazd Sori regions. A report on Daily Tawar also claimed that several people have been arrested during these raids.

It is pertinent to note that Pakistani security forces also carried out search operations in Shahrag, Degari, and Harnai areas of Balochistan. According to the Baloch National Voice, around 40 Marri Baloch were abducted during these operations. A Baloch Doctor, Wazir Khan Marri, was also abducted from a government hospital in Dergari on 29 September 2011.