Four Bugti IDPs abducted by Pakistani intelligence agencies from Nawabshah, Sindh.

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imagesPakistani forces have raided many houses of Bugti (IDPs) in Nawabshah, Sindh and abducted four persons and violated the sanctity of households and harassed and tortured the family members.
According to Baloch Republican Party Media Cell sources, secret agencies of Pakistan have raided houses of Bugti IDPs in Saeedabad town of Nawab Shah, Sindh yesterday. The abducted IDPs have been named as Dur Mohammadd s/o Jeyand Bugti, Ramzan s/o Jeyand Bugti, Rozi s/o Ramza Bugti and Wazir khan s/o Pathan Bugti. All the abducted people belong to same family and they are the relatives of Baloch Republican Party activist Sher Baz Bugti who is in exile in Switzerland.

It must be noted that hundreds of thousands of Bugti tribesmen were internally displaced after martyrdom of prominent Baloch leader Shaheed Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti in August 26, 2006 during a military operation by Pakistani forces. They live a miserable life in open sky in different parts of Balochistan, Sindh and Punjab without basic necessities of live including food, shelter and health care.
It’s worth to mention here that Bugti IDPs and Refugees in Afghanistan has constantly being targeted by Pakistan Army and its hired goons.
On June 2012, Pakistani forces collaborated with ISI-sponsored death squad attacked many houses of Bugti (IDPs) in Rahim Yar Khan, Punjab and killed two persons and several including women abducted.
Similarly, On July 2013, Pakistani forces continue attacks against Bugti IDPs and raided houses of Bugti tribesmen in Ghotki district of Sindh. Wadera Hasil Khan Bugti’s house was attacked and his aged mother namely Hani bibi; his wife Murad Khatoon and infant son Abdul Rehman were abducted.
Bugti Refugees who migrated to Afghanistan are also constantly being attacked by the Pakistani hired goons, recently two men of the same family Zar Khan Bugti and Nehal Khan Bugti were shot dead by Pakistani hired goons in front of their house in Spinboldak region of Kandahar province of Afghanistan on December 2013.
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