KECH: Pakistan security forces continue their unprovoked attacks and unwarranted military operations against Baloch civilians in different areas of Balochistan. Four Baloch villagers were abducted during a military operation in Dasht.
According to details, Pakistani security forces launched a military offensive in the late afternoon of Sunday in Jan Muhammad Bazar area of Dasht. At least four civilians including a school teacher were abducted during the offensive. The abductees have been identified as Master Abdul Rahman, Abdul Gaffar S/o Ibrahim, Rasheed S/o Murad, and Abdul Sattar S/o Jan Muhammad.
It’s worth mentioning that Master Abdul Rahman’s 14-year-old son was earlier killed by Pakistan security forces in a fake encounter in Gwadar in November 2016.
The crops of poor Baloch villagers burnt to ashes when the security personnel pounded their fields with mortal shells.
Today, once again the same village was attacked by security forces to conduct population census forcefully at gun point, but the villagers refused to participate, terming census an endeavor by the occupier to turn the Baloch people into a minority on their land.
Hence, the defenseless villagers were tortured and brutally beaten up by security forces, several including three women sustained critical injuries whereas one other fell unconscious.