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Sister of Abid Saleem Baloch has alleged that her brother was picked up by the security agency personnel on January 23, 2011, from the Chetkhan area of Panjgur along with friends Nasir Dagarzai, Mehrab Baloch and Abid Rasool. The friends were picked up by men wearing both official FC uniforms with others in civilian dress. She said "We went to the police station at night but they did not give a proper answer to us and advised us to find them out from the custody of a security agency." The family has registered a case in the Panjgur police station against the FC and a security agency.

Voice for Baloch Missing Persons organised the hunger strike camp outside the Quetta Press Club. It has completed 311 days, but the relatives of missing persons say no measures have been taken on this humanitarian issue, while they continue to suffer. (Courtesy: Dailytimes.pk)

From TheBalochHal:
Levies personnel, on a tip-off, recovered two dead bodies from Murgab area, some 20 KM away from Turbat town of Kech district and shifted them to local hospital for autopsy where they were identified as Abid Saleem and Mehrab Baloch.

Hospital sources said that both bodies showed signs of torture and bullet wounds.

Sources said that Abid Saleem and Mehrab were affiliated with Baloch Students Organization (BSO-Azad) and were abducted from Chatkan Bazaar of Panjgour district on January 23 this year. The deceased were later moved to Panjgour district for burial.

Update: On July 18, 2013, Balochwarna.com reported that Abid Saleem's elder brother, Mujahid Saleem was abducted on May 9, 2013.

"...Mujahid Saleem is the elder brother of the late Abid Saleem Baloch who was abducted from the Parom area of Panjgur by Pakistani security forces on 23 January 2011 and his mutilated body was found on 25 May 2011 near Turbat city in Balochistan.

The family has appealed to the United Nations and other international human rights organisations to raise their voice for the release of Mujahid Saleem Baloch."

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