Pakistan Army Abandons Border Post As Massive Protests Erupts In Balochistan – Indian News Agency

Pakistani Army soldiers reportedly fled from their border post after violent protests erupted in Brabchah, Balochistan, on Wednesday, the local media reported.

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According to Indian news agency ANI quoting The Balochistan Post, thousands of protestors pelted stones at the Pakistani Army soldiers forcing them to pull back and leave their border posts. The protestors also damaged and torched buildings of the military establishment during the protests.

Earlier, as EurAsian Times had reported quoting the ANI, The Baloch Republican Party (BRP) has slammed the Pakistani Army over Turbat incident in which 4-year-old Bramsh, was shot along with her mother by Pakistan army-backed criminals.

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In a tweet, BRP said that “armed goons of #Pakistan army hired death squads broke into a house in Turbat and killed Malik Naz and injured her four years old daughter”.

Protests have erupted across Balochistan to demand justice for 4-year-old Bramsh, who was shot along with her mother in Turbat city by Pakistan. Baloch people have also joined the protest by launching an online campaign #JusticeForBramsh on social media.

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According to a release from BRP, its leader Mansoor Baloch has said that the “Dannuk tragedy is a continuation of the carnage of Pakistan army in Balochistan who have been involved in kidnapping civilians for ransom and dumping bodies for the last several years”.

“They are not only given complete immunity by Islamabad but are also equipped with latest weapons, vehicles and financial compensation,” he was quoted as saying.

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The event happened last month when some criminals barged into the house of Malik Naz in Dannuk area and started firing. Naz was shot dead and her four-year-old daughter Bramsh got grievously wounded.

After hearing the gunshots, the residents captured one of the criminals, identified as Altaf Mazar. Altaf acknowledged the link between his gang with a group of ‘death squads’. Death Squads is the term used for groups that are backed by the Pakistan Army to crush rebellion in Balochistan.