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According to reports, Pakistani forces raided Zamuran Bazaar area of ​​Tump Kohad late last night and abducted two young men.

Both the abductees, Riaz son of Ibrahim and Munir Khuda Bakhsh were shopkeepers in Nazarabad.

Abductees: Riaz and Munir

Family sources told TBP that, when women in the house begged the security forces not to forcibly disappear the youths, the forces personnel beaten the women as well.

As per the reports, various areas of district Khuzdar are under military operation for past few days. During the raids, the forces allegedly abducted 6 persons from different areas of the district.

On Saturday, Pakistani forces arrested three men from Gresha area of Khuzdar, and moved them to unknown locations. The abductees have been identified as, Sanjar s/o Hassan, Noor bakhash s/o Saleem and Khair Bakhash s/o Saleem.

Whereas, on Saturday, three more men were whisked away by the army from Jhao area of Khuzdar.

The abductees from Jhao are identified as, Bullo s/o Noor Mohammed, Mohammed Jummah s/o Rasool Bakhash and Taj Mohammed s/o Attah Mohammed.

Locals told TBP that, army forcefully uses their vehicles and camels to supply rations for the army.


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