Two bullet ridden bodies found in Balochistan

( April 24, 2012, Quetta, Sri Lanka Guardian) Two bullet-riddled bodies were found on Saturday in Bostan area of Pishin District, yesterday (April 22). According to a Balochistan Levies official, some passers-by spotted the bodies in Killi Umerabad area and informed them. The officials shifted the bodies to the Pishin Civil Hospital. The bodies could not be identified there then they were shifted to Bolan Medical complex Quetta. The bodies bore multiple marks of torture and were completely mutilated; they were brutally tortured and shot dead in a close distance with automatic weapons hospital sources said, adding that the bodies were later identified as Khan Mohammad Marri and Jahangir Baloch. Khan Mohammad Marri in broad day light was whisked away by frontier corps personal from his home town in New Kahan on 26 Marche 2012 while Mr. Jahangir Baloch abducted by Pakistani intelligence agencies personal in Quetta on 25 March 2012
. The Balochistan Levies have denied registering a case against FC and security forces. Separately, Voice for Baloch missing persons chairman while talking to SLG accused FC for both abduction. Nationalistic parties condemning the incident called a gruesome act of terrorism. According to VBMP sources more than 400 bullet ridden bodies of missing persons have been discovered from various areas of Balochistan.

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