Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Two bullet-riddled bodies found in Turbat

QUETTA: Two more bullet-riddled bodies, including that of a government teacher, were found from Morgab on Monday, around 15 kilometres away from Turbat City. The Balochistan Levies force recovered the bodies from Morgab area of Kech district, after a passerby spotted the bodies and informed the force, a levy official, Qadir Ahmed, said. The bodies were shifted to the Turbat Civil Hospital where they were identified as those of Khalid Hanif, a government schoolteacher and Ahmed, a flock owner. Both the victims had bullet injuries in their heads, doctors told the media. “Khalid Hanif was picked up along with his younger brother Ghulam Dastagir (a tailor) and nephew Mahzo (a student) by personnel of the Frontier Corps from their house in Nasirabad on Sunday morning,” a relative said, adding that Dastagir and Mahzo were still missing. Ahmed was picked up from his house in Gowargo area of Mand on Saturday, sources said, adding that his family members also accused security forces of killing him during his illegal detention. mohammad zafar

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