11 More Die in Balochistan Protests Over Nationalist Leader Murders and Mutilations
Eleven people were killed and property worth millions of rupees damaged in continuing violence in Pakistan’s southwestern Balochistan
province, where protests against the killing of three nationalist leaders entered the third day on Saturday.
Police found the mutilated bodies of six men at Margat coal field, 40 km from the provincial capital Quetta, police official Abdul Malik Durrani said. Their hands and legs were tied before they were shot in the head. The Balochistan Liberation Army claimed responsibility for killing the six men in phone calls made to several media representatives.