Balochistan: Two dead bodies discovered from Quetta

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Two dead bodies have been found from capital city of Balochistan on Fridy.

According to details, dead body of a 28-year-old young man was found from Hazara Town cemetery. The deceased has been identified as, Abbas Ali s/o Ghulam Ali, resident of Hazara Town, Quetta.

Whereas, another dead body was discovered from Qambrani road of Quetta city.

According to Edhi sources the dead body was moved to the hospital for identification.

Identification of the second body has not been ascertained yet.

Thousands of decomposed and mutilated dead bodies have been found from different parts of Balochistan in last decade, many of which have later been identified as those of the missing persons.

SourceTBP

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