Strike in Balochistan: Two killed, four injured near Sibi – The Express Tribune QUETTA: Two people were killed and four injured in what was reported to be firing by security personnel near Sibi on Saturday. According to reports, a large number of people had blocked the Sindh-Balochistan Highway near Nari Bridge in Sibi district during the strike called by Baloch Republican Party (BRP). The demonstrators stopped a convoy of security forces passing through the highway, who fired when they refused to open the road for normal traffic. One man was killed and five were injured as a result of the firing. Security forces claim that they fired â€œblank shots in the airâ€, but eyewitnesses claim that the casualties took place when the personnel resorted to â€œstraight firingâ€ after warning the demonstrators. The bodies and injured were shifted to a nearby state-run hospital, where one of the injured passed away. The deceased were identified as Bando Khan Domki and Ahmed Khan Domki. A cameraman of private TV channel Aaj is also among the injured. A complete shutter down strike is being observed in parts of Balochistan on the call of BRP to protest the killing of Baramdagh Bugtiâ€™s sister and niece in Karachi. The flow of traffic between Quetta and Karachi has also been suspended as a result of the strike.