Ten more go missing as Pakistani forces raided different towns in Balochistan on Friday
According to the details received by the Balochistan Post, Pakistani forces carried out a search operation in Jamk town of kech district on Friday.
Pakistani forces cordoned off the area during the operation and no one was allowed to enter the town until the operation was finished.
Later, our local sources confirmed that Forces took eight men from the town, and their whereabouts are unknown since then.
TBP received the identification of the missing persons as Latif S/O Fakir Bakhsh, Sawali S/O Ahmed, Babul S/O Muhammad, Washdil S/O Bujair, DaaD Bakhsh S/O karim, Waqar Ahmed and Arz Muhammad.
All the missing persons were residents of the Jamk town in Kech district.
In another news, two other men were picked up by Pakistani forces during a raid in Khaliq Abad town of Mashkay on Friday.
Both the missing men were identified as Abdul Raheem S/O Azeem Khan and Pasund Khan S/O Jamal Khan.
Pakistani forces have been criticized by International and National rights organization for enforced disappearances.
Voice for Baloch Missing Persons, a campaign group of family members of the enforced disappearances victims, claimed that the number of missing persons in Balochistan is more than ten thousand.