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Two men have been released in Kharan, while another went missing from Turbat district of Balochistan. 

According to reports, Pakistani forces have allegedly detained a man from Turbat district and moved him to an unknown location. The abductee is identified as Aqeel S/O Basheer Ahmed. 

As per local sources, Pakistani forces abducted Aqeel S/O Basheer Ahmed on July 10, in front of his relatives. 

Whereas, two missing persons, Rasool Baksh S/O Nazeer Ahmed and Sufiyan Baloch have been released on Friday last week. The aforementioned men are residents of Kharan district of Balochistan, who had gone missing two months ago.

It should be noted that enforced disappearances in Balochistan continue unabated for last two decades. While, the Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) has been protesting against the enforced disappearances for more than a decade now.

SourceTBP

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