Balochistan: Security forces have occupied 4 schools’ buildings in a week. 17 people forcibly disappeared.

Forces’ atrocities, monstrous military operations, looting of houses, disappearances of Baloch individuals, kill and dump policies are still continuing in all over Balochistan. In this last week, 17 people were forcefully disappeared and 10 were killed including Bashir Ahmed Muhammad Hassani who died in that bomb blast in front his shop in Hub Chowki. In Quetta, two policemen were shot dead and Tehreek-e-Taliban claimed its responsibility while two polio workers Sakeena and her daughter, Rizwana also died from the firing of unknown persons.


Salman s/o Master Bashir

On January 13, an unidentified mutilated body was found from Arbab Karan Khan road Quetta.


In a raid on January 13, two brothers, Jammu Azlihan Bugti and Pehlu Azlihan Bugti from Ouch Sui were abducted. Both are farmers by profession.


Separately on the same day in a raid, a teenage Asad Allah Dad from Gawash, Duraski District Awaran, who is just 16 years old was forcibly disappeared. Forces also abduct two shepherds in the same raid. Later they were identified as Sher Dil and Bahar sons of Nokap from Gichk district Panjgur.

Huzoor Baksh Bugti s/o Sommar Khan Bugti was shot dead in Sohbat Pur on January 14. He was

Allah Dad s/o Issa

abducted before in 2012 and remained in the forces’ custody for a year.

In a separate incident on January 14, forces abducted a Baloch student Meeran s/o Sayyad resident of Shapok district Kech from Jusak Bridge Turbat.

Ghafoor s/o Abdul Latif from Okar Jiwani was abducted on January 17, 2018.


Two shopkeepers Pagri s/o Lal Bugti and Rehmatullah S/O Sultan Bugti were abducted from Pirkoh Dera Bugti on January 18, 2018

On 19 January, Salman s/o Master Bashir, a resident of Gomazi Tump was abducted by forces from Gwadar.

Hatum s/o Nazir

In a military search operation on January 20 and 20 forces abducted dozen people from different areas of Gwarkop Kech. Some of them are identified as Allah Dad Issa, Yousaf Baiyyan, 8 years old Hatum Nazeer, Khuda Dad, Jameel Muhibullah, Saeed Issa and Aslam Bahadur. Forces also occupied buildings of High School Gwarkop, Girls School Sari and Jamak Middle School. Earlier on January 17, forces occupied the building of school and hospital in Dashtuk Zamuran and suspended the classes and treatment of the local people.




Human Rights Council of Balochistan (Hakkpaan) is a non-profit and non-partisan human rights group based in Balochistan and Sweden. It collects reports from Balochistan, a region Pakistan government does not allow any media and HR group to visit and report. Human rights violations in Balochistan is not a new phenomenon, but it got its worst levels after the Military coup de tat of Pakistan in 1999. Thousands of Baloch have been reported missing, hundreds killed in fake encounters and so-called kill and dump policy of the military. HRCB collects the data from Balochistan itself, through its network of volunteers and supporters, organizes and reports them to the human rights mechanisms of the world.