Pak Army forcefully abducts six Baloch students

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Abducted youths by Pak Army (Photo: News Intervention)

The occupying Pakistan Army has forcibly disappeared six Baloch students across Balochistan in a single day. The abductions took place in two districts of Balochistan, with four students missing from the Kech district and two from the Panjgur district.

Reports indicate that the occupying Pakistan Army forcefully detained three minor students, namely Abdullah (15), Shay Mureed (13), and Fatah (10), from the Taleemi Chowk area of Turbat, Kech. Furthermore, during a raid in Zumdan and Chairman Rehman Bazar area of Buleda, Kech, they brutally beat and abducted another minor student named Muslim, son of Arif.

On the other hand, two young students identified as Yahya Baloch and Sajid Baloch were also abducted from Panjgur district in Balochistan. These abductions have deeply affected the families of the missing students, who are now demanding their immediate release.

These abductions follow the recent incident of the abduction of a Balochi language poet and teacher, Saki Sawad Baloch. These actions by the Pak occupying forces reflect a deliberate attempt to suppress awareness and intellectual thirst in Balochistan by targeting the region’s bright young minds.

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