(Sangar News)Baloch National Front (BNF) central spokesperson said in a statement released on 27 April 2017, that the killing of previously abducted Master Baitullah and four others in a staged encounter, is a defeat of Pakistani army and an act of gruesome war crimes. Pakistan is striving to hide it's defeat by committing such heinous crimes in Balochistan.
Today, Pakistani security forces dumped five dead bodies of previously abducted persons after severe inhumane torture, in Mandig River in Hozai area of Mand district Kech, Balochistan.
Later, the dead bodies have been identified as, Master Baitullah, a teacher and central committee member of Baloch National Movement (BNM), abducted by Pakistani security forces on 17th June 2015 from Goburd area of Mand district Kech, Sabir Ghulam Mohammad a young student, abducted on 16th November 2016, Jasim Raheem was abducted six months before from Gomazi area of Tump district Kech, Asif Master Anwar and Majid Majeed aka Noroz, were abducted from Mand district Kech.
In Fact, on 17th June 2017, the abduction of Baitullah had been officially claimed by Frontier Corps (FC) spokesperson in print and electronic media.
After being defeated by Baloch freedom fighters, Pakistan army's retaliation on innocent civilians and killing of previously abducted persons in staged encounters is a desperate attempt to hide it's consternation.
Even though, Pakistani state's controlled bias media and so called civil society organizations blindly believe Pakistan army's false statements, but every individual in Balochistan is aware that how Pakistan is desperately using deceitful tactics to hide its crimes against humanity in Balochistan.
BNF further added, the custodial killings of missing persons in Balochistan is not something new. Pakistani forces have killed thousands and dumped their bodies in different places in different times under it's infamous 'Kill and dump' policy. Recent killings of BNM member Baitullah and others, is the continuation of the same policy.
BNF spokesperson emphasized the fact that Pakistani establishment sooner or later will accept that it cannot sustain the occupation on Balochistan by the use of excessive military force, because it's unnatural and against Baloch interests.
BNF spokespersons, ended the statement by appealing to the international institutions to have the primary responsibility to stop human rights violations in Balochistan and play their role to stop the killing of Baloch people by Pakistani security forces.