Pakistani forces abducted three more Baloch youths from Sibi and Winder

( April 03, 2012, Balochistan , Sri Lanka Guardian) Pakistani security forces abducted three more Baloch youths from Windar and Sibi town of Balochistan on Saturday 31st March.According to the reports, a member of Baloch Student Organisation (BSO-Azad),Mehrab Baloch abducted by the armed personnels of the Pakistani secret agencies from Sibi town of Balochistan on Saturday evening.
While on same day separately two Marri Balochs abducted from Winder Town,when they were travelling from Karachi towards their residential town of Jaho in Awaran District.
According to Daily Tawar newspaper, 28 years old Dilmurad aka Dilbar s/o Lal Marri and 42 years old Murad Ali s/o Sona Marri were abducted by the Pakistani security forces and secret agencies from Windar town of district Lasbela,when both victims travelling from Karachi towards Jaho on a passenger Van.
The family members of victims said in a press release,that Dilmurad Marri and Murad Ali are running a scrap business in Jaho area of Awaran district from last several years.They further said that on Friday they loaded Scrap on a hired Mazda Truck with a intention to sell it in a scrap market in Karachi city.When next day they were coming back towards Jaho on a passenger van from Karachi , but when their Van has reached to Winder town then three vehicles of Pakistani security forces forcefully stoped the van and dragged out Dilmurad and Murad Ali from Van and taken away them towards unknown location.Since then their whereabouts are not known.
The family members said that they own a scarp shop in Jaho area of Awaran district from last few years.They are non political persons and not affiliated to any other group.We want to appeal through our press release to the Balochistan High Court , Supreme Court and all Human Rights Group,to please immediately act for the safe recovery of our abducted relatives.If immediate action not taken then we fear their fate wont be different than the other Baloch missing persons.


Author: Sri Lanka Guardian

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