Pakistan’s army bombardment in Bugti areas

Number of causalities reported & houses set on fire
| by Our Correspondent in Balochistan

( January 29, Balochistan, Sri Lanka Guardian) Pakistan’s military has started a brutal operation in Bugti areas of Balochistan.According to the reports Pakistan military is conducting a wide operation with the help of Gunship helicopters and fighter jets in Sui,Gopat,Pirkoh,Uch and adjacent areas.The ground troops has besieged the entire civilian population of the area.The military indiscriminate firing on civilians,followed by the hours of shelling on villages by the gunship helicopters ,while fighter jets heavily bombarded the some parts.As a result high number of causalities reported.
Three including a woman have been killed,while more than 15 Baloch villagers critically injured.The military is not allowing the locals to shift the injured one to the hospital for an immediate medical treatment.More than two dozens houses/huts of local pesants set on fire by the barbaric army.The sources confirmed that Pakistani forces also abducted more than dozen people from different parts during the operation, and their whereabouts are still not known.
Meanwhile the Baloch Republican Party’s (BRP) central spokesman Mir Sher Mohammad Bugti said in a statement that the occupying forces have intensified military operations in Balochistan after the concerns expressed by the American State Department on genocide of the Baloch nation and human rights violations by occupying forces in Balochistan.
He said, the occupying forces have made certain areas of Balochistan including Dera Bugti, Kohlu and others no-go zones for media and human rights organizations. He said the world will know the truth of genocidal policies of occupying forces if the media is allowed to freely operate in Balochistan.
He said previously the forces conducted a similar operation in Kohistan Marri region of Balochistan where the human rights were barbarically crushed by occupying forces of Pakistan.
He appealed to the international community, European Union, International Media and Human Rights Organizations to practically intervene in Balochistan instead of mere lip service

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