“Security forces deployed between bordering areas of Balochistan and Punjab have carrying out joint military operations against the civil populace, 26 innocent civilian have been abducted, so far: Meanwhile, 15 Baloch civilian including 2 women, children 3, and 10 men have been killed due to indiscriminate shelling by helicopters” he said
The name of the deceased are: Shabana d/o Jarru Bugti, Laalen w/o Jarru Bugti, Razia d/o Jarru Bugti, Haani w/o Aalim Bugti, Shaani w/o Dilmurad Bugti, Dilmurad s/o Chakar Bugti, Aalim s/o Chakar Bugti, Shahmir Bugti, Lala Mohammad Bugti, Raza Mohammad Bugti, Jaan Mohammad s/o Salim Bugti, Meer s/o Qalati Bugti, Ghulam Qadir Bugti s/o Janno Bugti, Noor Ali Bugti, and Chalu Bugti s/o Jumma Bugti.
The operation in the Gyandari and Rajanpur areas was continuing for the second consecutive day, so the figure of the deceased could rise, Mr. Bugti added.
He further said that after Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi’s speech on Balochistan and Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti welcoming it, Pakistani forces have escalated their barbarism against the Baloch nation.
He said that Pakistani forces conducted yet another military operation on the civil populations of Chattar area in Nasirabad. This operation was also backed by gunship helicopters and a large number of ground troops.
More than seven people including an elderly women have been killed during the operation in Chattar, adding that Pakistan army sees the Baloch women as terrorists now, as well.
He urged human rights organization and media to play a practical role in highlighting the Balochistan situation and taking effective actions against the culprits.
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