Thursday, August 22, 2013

Baloch Journalist extrajudicialy killed & dumped among other Baloch missing persons by Pakistani state

Razzaq's face was mutilated, and his body showed signs of strangulation and torture, according to Agence France-Presse. Razzaq's family initially denied that the body was that of the journalist, but then later confirmed his identity, reports said. The journalist's body was found in the Surjani Town area alongside that of another man from Baluchistan, according to news reports. Unnamed police sources said they found paper slips with the names of both victims along with the bodies, news reports said. At least 16 bodies of Baluch individuals have been found in the Surjani Town area of Karachi in the past six months, according to news reports. Razzaq, 35, worked as a copy editor for the news desk of the Urdu-language pro-Baluch nationalist newspaper Daily Tawar. He was last seen leaving his friend's house in the Liyari neighborhood of Karachi on March 24, according to news reportsRead More: 
Haji Razak, son of Rasool Baksh, was the sub-editor of a Mastung-based publication from the province of Balochistan. He was the resident of Karachi’s Lyari area and was said to be missing since March 24, 2013. Earlier, two missing Baloch youngsters allegedly picked up by personnel of some security agency in Turbat were found dead in Surjani Town. It is pertinent to mention that in the past six months, a total of 16 bodies have been recovered from the Surjani Town area, all hailing from Balochistan. After cities of Balochistan, it is believed that Karachi is fast becoming a dumping ground for bodies of missing of Baloch person.


Baloch  journalist  Abdul  Razzaq  killed  in  karachi

کراچی:ایک اور لاپتہ بلوچ کی مسخ شدہ لاش کی شناخت Read in Urdu 

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