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12 decomposed beyond recognition dead bodies discovered from different areas of Balochistan and buried in Quetta city on Wednesday.

According to details received by The Balochistan Post, 12 more unidentified dead bodies discovered from different areas of Balochistan and for being decomposed beyond recognition they were buried in Quetta, capital city of Balochistan by Edhi volunteers.

This is not the first time that dead bodies has been buried without any Identification, in the past hundreds of bodies had been buried without identification in Balochistan.

In the following year in January, ten unidentified dead bodies were buried in Dasht Thera Mil area of Quetta by Edhi volunteers.

Mutilated dead bodies of Baloch missing persons have been recovered in a similar fashion from different parts of Balochistan in past too. Rights organisations and political parties blame that these recent bodies are linked to the ‘kill and dump’ policy of Pakistani secret agencies.

On January 25, 2014, three mass graves were found after a shepherd saw pieces of human bodies and bones in Tootak, Khuzdar. According to locals, a total of 169 bodies were later exhumed from the site. Campaign groups alleged that the bodies were those of Baloch missing persons abducted by Pakistani security forces.

Mass graves had also been found in Kuchlak, Dera Bugti and other parts of Balochistan.


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