Four students travelling home detained midway by CTD

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The Counter-Terrorism Department of Pakistan has reportedly “forcibly disappeared” four Baloch students who were travelling from Quetta to their hometown in district Kech.

The passenger bus was reportedly stopped midway near Mastung and the four students were detained by the CTD and moved to an unknown location.

According to reports, the Al Rauf passenger bus was on its way to Makran from Quetta when it was stopped near Mastung by CTD personnel dressed in civilian clothes. The forces reportedly identified four students inside the bus and detained them.

The detainees were identified as Jahanzaib Baloch, Abdul Nabi, Talal Baloch and Rahmatullah, all of them studying in Quetta. The four students are residents of Kech who were going to their hometown for the Eid holidays.

SourceTBP

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