Two more mutilated bodies recovered in Balochistan after CJ displeasure against enforced disappearances.

(April 07, 2012, Mastung, Sri Lanka Guardian) Two more bullet ridden bodies were found dumped in a remote area of Mastung. Sources said in the early hours of Friday morning two mutilated bodies were seen lying in Kannak region of Mastung city, about 40Km far from provincial capital Quetta.
A police officer while talking to local journalists said, some passers saw the bodies dumped in a deserted place in Kannak,- the electoral constituency of Chief Minister Nawab Aslam Raisani and informed the local police administration. The Levis and police sources reached to the area and took the bodies to a nearby hospital then later shifted the deceased into Bolan Medical Complex Quetta for further autopsy, where they were identified as Abdul Mannan Baloch and Rahies Raisani. They are told to be local resident of Mastung and were picked up by intelligence agencies. Bodies were brutally torture and dumped.
Deceased born mark of tortures. They were shot on chest and head in a close distance. It is pertinent to mention that Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Mohammad Chuadhry had directed law enforcement agencies to recover all missing persons in Balochistan and directed the IG police to investigate against extra judicial killing of Baloch political activists.

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