Six army officers involved in abductions: DIG CID Balochistan

ISLAMABAD: Submitting a progress report regarding the missing persons, DIG CID Balochistan has told the Supreme Court that six army officers are involved in the abduction of missing persons in Balochistan.

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Balochistan on Wednesday submitted a report on missing persons before a three-member bench, which was hearing Balochistan law and order case.

According to the report submitted by DIG CID Feroze Shah, 10 military personnel are accused of abducting the missing persons. “Some 18 missing persons had returned home safe and sound but 48 people are yet to be traced,” he said. “Following the statements of 12 missing persons after they returned home the Balochistan police asked the Frontier Corps to trace the whereabouts of the accused army men including two Lt colonels, six majors and two subedars”, said the report submitted by the DIG in the SC.

The report further states that the FC personnel assured that they would extend full cooperation for the completion of investigation and the recovery of the missing persons. According to FC, some of the officers did not belong to the organisation and others had gone back to Pakistan Army.



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