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Mr. Mohammad Bakhsh Baloch, son of the late Kahuda Gangozar, a 75-year-old farmer, resident of Kallag Sami, Tehsil Turbat, district Kech, Balochistan province, was travelling on June 20 with about a dozen other local persons on a transport vehicle coming from Turbat and going back to his home town in Kallag Sami (35 km east of Turbat). At 3:25 in the afternoon, the vehicle was stopped by personnel of the Frontier Corps (FC) at the FC check-post of Jusak, 4 km north of Turbat town. On approaching the vehicle, the FC personnel in uniform asked the passengers which one of them was Munshi Mohammad Bakhsh. He replied that he was the person they were asking for. He was then asked to follow them and was pushed into their armored vehicle. The passenger vehicle was stopped for an hour at the check-post and at 4:25 pm was allowed to proceed on its journey. Soon after leaving the FC check-post, some passengers from the vehicle had called the family members of Mr. Bakhsh Baloch informing them about his abduction by the FC paramilitary forces. His son, Mr. Gangozar Baloch, who is the administrator at the University of Balochistanís Turbat Campus, rushed to the local Police Station and filed a First Information Report (FIR) of the abduction. Since then Bakhsh Balochís whereabouts remain unknown.
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