Occupied Balochistan: Brutally tortured and bullet-ridden bodies of two Baloch abducted person from Dasht and Quetta Balochistan.

| by A Special Correspondent in Balochistan

( January 04, Balochistan, Sri Lanka Guardian) According the details body of Babu Saleem Badini, a resident of Machh town, was found in Dhori area of Dasht, Balochistan on the of year 2012. The victim was abducted around a month ago from Quetta.
Eye-witnesses reported that victim’s body bore sign of brutal torture and he was shot in the head. The wounded suggested that he had been subjected to severe torture before shooting him dead.
Separately, a tortured body was found dumped in Eastern Bypass near BC complex in Quetta. According to police sources he was blinded folded and his hands were tied. A note found from the pocket of the body read: “Wazir Khan, supporter of BLA, every cruel person’s destiny is death”.
The body was later shifted to hospital for identification where it was recognised as the body of Wazir Khan Marri S/O Qaym Khan a resident of New Kahan Quetta. Marri owned a small general store in Haraz Ganji Bass stand. Sources said that Wazir Khan Marri was abducted in September 2011 from his shop.

Marri’s body was later handed over to his relatives. He will be buried in Shohda-e-Balochistan cemetery in New Kahan Quetta on Tuesday (Today).

Wazir Khan Marri was an immediate cousin of Faiz Mohammad Marri who was abducted on 6-11-2010 along with his cousin Khan Mohammad Marri. Faiz’s body was found on 2nd March 2011 whereas his cousin Khan Mohammd is still being held by Pakistani security forces at some undisclosed location.

It is pertinent to mention that Pakistani security forces have extra judicially killed over 360 abducted Baloch activists under-custody since July 2010 to December 2011. The latest bodies were found days after the announcement of Pakistan’s PM Mr Gilani that 2012 will be Balochistan year. Baloch political parties had already predicted that by giving such statement the PM has meant to dump more bodies of abducted Baloch activists.


Author: Sri Lanka Guardian

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