Aurangzeb Baloch hailed from Buleda town of Kech district. He was abducted last week along with three others.
According to the TBP correspondent, Pakistani forces delivered the bullet-riddled body of Aurangzeb Baloch to his family on Sunday.
Aurangzeb Baloch had gone for a picnic last week along with his three friends, but only the bullet-riddled body of Aurangzeb returned home, while other three remain missing.
Frontier Corps(FC), a paramilitary force in Pakistan, claimed that Mr Baloch was killed in an exchange of firing, however, family sources told TBP that Aurangzeb had torture marks on his body.
Whereas, local sources told TBP that FC vehicles were seen going towards that picnic point where Aurangzeb and his friends were present, but only Aurangzeb’s bullet-riddled body returned after a couple of days and others are still missing.
In contrast to FC claim, locals also told TBP that all the boys were unarmed at the time of leaving the town, and they were boys who enjoyed travelling to different picnic points.
Balochistan is plagued with enforced disappearances, and dead bodies of such missing persons were often recovered on roadsides bearing torture marks on their bodies.
International and national human rights campaigns have criticized extrajudicial killings and abductions in Balochistan and accused Pakistani forces of being the culprit.