Four FWO labourers working on CPEC road abducted in Turbat

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    QUETTA: At least four labourers of Frontier Works Organisation (FWO) were kidnapped along with their vehicle in Dasht area of Turbat district on Friday.

    According to the Balochistan Levies official Mohmood Ahmed, a vehicle carrying the FWO labourers was on its way from Turbat city to Mirani dam when unknown armed men stopped the vehicle in Dasht area at gunpoint and abducted them with along with their vehicle.

    “The labourers were working on the Gwadar-Kashgar route in Turbat,” sources said.

    The labourers were identified as Yahyah Khan and Jumma Khan, residents of Quetta, while other two were identified as Gull Khan and Bakht Khan of Wazir Khan. All four were working with contractor Agha Gull.

    Till the filing of this report, no group had claimed the responsibility for the kidnapping.

    Three bullet riddled bodies found

    Three bullet riddled bodies were found in different parts of the province on Friday.

    In first incident, two bullet riddled bodies were found in Rehman Kahol area of Chaman district of Killa Abdullah.

    According to police, some passer by spotted the bodies and informed the police. Soon after receiving the information the police rushed to the spot soon after the information and cordoned off the area while bodies were shifted to the Civil Hospital, Chaman.

    The deceased were shot in the head and chest, said hospital sources adding that bodies had not been identified yet. However, sources said both of the deceased look Afghan national from their appearance.

    Meanwhile, another bullet riddled body was found in Killi Dehba area of provincial capital.

    Police said they were informed after locals spotted the body. The body was shifted to Civil Hospital Quetta where he was identified as 26-year-old Jumma Khan.

    The cause of the murder could not be ascertained so far.

    Separate cases have been registered against the unknown persons and investigations are underway.

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