It is Rwanda-style genocide, local Baloch in the strategically located Mekran Coastal belt in Pakistani Occupied Balochistan insist.
Four more bullet riddle bodies, including that of a government teacher, were found from Murgaap area some 15 kilometres away from Turbat City on Monday and Tuesday, the pro-indepdence Baloch Warna reported.
Balochistan Levies recovered the bodies in Murgaap area of Kech District after some passerby saw the bodies and informed the levies force, a levy official Qadir Ahmed said. The bodies were shifted to the Civil Hospital in Turbat where they have been identified as Khalid Hanif, son of Doshambeh Baloch, a government school teacher and a resident of Nasirabad and Jameel Ahmed, son of Ali Bux, a shepherd and resident in Mand.
A written piece of paper found in Khalid Hanif’s pocket read that “His brother Mohammad Bux is fighting against Pakistani forces in the mountains of Balochistan. Unless he surrenders, security forces will continue to kill his close relatives and members of family.”
Bullets pierced the heads of the two victims, which caused their death, doctors at the hospital said.
“Khalid Hanif was picked up along with his younger brother Ghulam Qadir (a tailor) and nephew Mazar Baloch (a student) by the Frontier Corps personnel from their house in Nasirabad on Sunday morning,” a relative said.
The fates of Ghulam Qadir and Mazar Baloch are unknown.
Jameel Ahmed son of Ali Bux, was abducted from his house in Gowargo area of Mand on Saturday by the Pakistani security forces who later killed him during his illegal detention.
The funeral prayers of Khalid Hanif and Jameel Ahmedwere offered in their native towns on Monday evening.
No sooner did the people finished paying their last respects to the two on Monday, when two more bullet-riddled mutilated bodies of Baloch vitims of enforcances were found from the same Murgaap area of Turbat town Tuesday morning.
The victims were identified as Abid Saleem Baloch and Mehrab Umer Baloch, who were abducted by Pakistani secret agencies on January 24, 2011 along with Shaheed Abid Rasool Bakhsh and Nasir Dagarzai from the home of Naser Dagarzai.
Pakistan army soldiers broke into the house and beat up even the women and children there.
Bodies of Abid Rasool Bux Baloch, a 17 year old Baloch student was dumped in Gowargo area of Panjgour on 27 January 2011. He died instantly but Nasir Dagarzai survived despite being shot in his neck and legs.
Families of Mehrab Umer and Abid Saleem Baloch had recently held a press conference at Quetta Press Club where they expressed grave concerned about the safety of their loved ones.
According to Radio Gwank people are both shocked and angry. Shutter down protests have become routine of the day in entire coastal belt of Balochistan.
The Boros, Swden-based radio said people are extremely angry at the criminal silence of International human rights organisation, the U.N., E.U., U.S. and other countries of the Free World who make tall claims of protecting human rights, peace and equality around the world have turned a blind eye to the ongoing genocide of Baloch people.