QUETTA: Bullet-riddled bodies of five man hailed from Gujrat (Punjab) were found from Tajban area of Turbat on Saturday just two days after Levis found 15 bodies from Kech.
Levis force found five bullet-riddled bodies from the area of Tajban some 70km east of Turbat city. Armed men shot them from point-blank range and dumped their bodies in the area.
The bodies have found just after two days when armed men killed 15 people belonged to different towns of Punjab and were attempting to illegally cross Pak-Iran border.
“National Identity Card inside their pocket revealed that five of them were belonged to District Gujrat of Punjab Province and wanted to cross to the Iran border.” Commissioner Makran Division Bashir Ahmed Bangulzai said.
He added, “It is premature to confirm who is behind their killing but they might be kidnapped on 15 November with other 15 people and the group kept and killed them today.”
Rescue workers and Forces evacuated the bodies to near District Run Hospital for autopsy. The bodies were identified as Usman Qadir, Danish Ali and Badar Munir, Saqib and Qasim hailed from District Gujrat Punjab.
So far no group claimed responsibility of the attack. The banned Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) claimed responsibility of the attack took place on November 15.
A day earlier Security forces claimed to have killed the top BLF commander carried-out killing of 15 people near the site where 15 bodies were found.
Authorities have shifted the bodies to Karachi and arrangement prepared to transport them to Gujrat Punjab for burial.
Following the previous killings in Turbat Federal Investigation Authority (FIA) carried-out search operation across Punjab arrested six Human Traffickers and luring people to illegal travel to Europe.
Human Traffickers often use Balochistan to cross Iran border illegally remain targeted by Terrorist groups fervent in the region.