Bullet riddled body of a missing person was found in Jamshoro area of Sindh on Sunday.
According to reports, the body of a resident of Dera Bugti, Balochistan has been found in Jamshoro, Sindh, who was allegedly abducted by Pakistani intelligence agencies and Sindh Rangers last night and found dead today.
Sources told TBP that the man had migrated from Dera Bugti to Karachi, whose body was found with fresh bullet wounds.
Sources said that the man was shifted to the hospital where an identity card was recovered from his pocket, on which he was identified as Khan Muhammad son of Muhammad Ali Bugti, resident of Dera Bugti and belongs to Hopo, a sub-branch of the Baloch’s Bugti tribe.
It may be recalled that Khan Mohammad Bugti was abducted along with Daata Bugti once before in 2012. Daata Bugti’s body was later dumped in Dera Bugti while Khan Mohammad was released on January 19, 2019.
“Death squad and intelligence agencies martyr Khan Muhammad Bugti after his abduction” said Pro-independence Political group, Baloch Republican Party’s spokesman Sher Muhammad Bugti, in a media press release on Sunday.
He said that Khan Muhammad Bugti, son of Muhammad Ali Bugti, a resident of Memon Goth area of Karachi, was martyred last night after being abducted by Pakistani intelligence and death squad operatives.
The BRP’s spokesman said that Khan Muhammad Bugti was living as a refugee in different parts of Sindh after the military operation in Dera Bugti in 2006. He was abducted in 2012 by state intelligence services and released seven years later in January 2019.
Sher Muhammad Bugti said that this is not the first attack on Bugti refugees in Punjab and Sindh. Earlier, Pakistani intelligence personnel had forcibly disappeared and martyred dozens of Baloch refugees from different parts of the Sindh and Punjab.
The spokesman further said that the state massacre of the Baloch refugees from Balochistan to Sindh and Punjab has been intensified. One day before Eid, on July 31, five people belonging to Bugti tribe were martyred in a fake encounter in Rajanpur. On August 5, two brothers belonging to the Marri tribe were abducted by intelligence personnel from the Mishali area of Khairpur district and are still missing.
“The silence of human rights organizations on genocide of the Baloch nation has raised our fears that other missing Baloch will be similarly martyred and their bodies will be dumped,” he said.