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Unknown attackers Killed Three Labourers in Turbat

Turbat (May 19, 2017): Unknown attackers on Friday killed three labourers in Turbat area.

As per reports, unknown attackers opened fire on labourers of a construction company at a construction site in Turbat. As a result three labourers were killed.

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All the victims were from Sindh’s Khairpur district. The victims were identified as  Ghulam Abbas, Adil and Tahir.

It is to be mentioned here that in recent days attacks on labourers and workers engaged in different developments projects have increased in Balochistan. The government sees India ‘s involvement in such attack which is evident from the confessions of the convicted RAW spy Commander Kalbshushan.

Last week, 10 labourer were killed in Gwadar by unknown attackers. The incident had happened in Pushkan area i of the port city.

According to official sources, unknown attackers opened firing on labourers engaged in construction activities at construction site of a company. As many as 10 people were killed and one injured in the incident. The victims were from Sindh’s Naushahro Feroze district.

 

Condemning the attack, Balochistan Home Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri said the government would take strict action against elements involved in the killing of innocent people.

“We will foil every effort aimed at hindering Balochistan’s progress,” he said.

The incident came a week after gunmen killed 10 labourers in a town near Gwadar district.

Pakistan has been battling a low level insurgency in mineral-rich Balochistan since 2004.

A greater push towards peace and development by authorities has reduced the violence considerably in recent years.

The push includes starting work on a massive Chinese infrastructure project — the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor — which gives Beijing a route to the Arabian Sea through Balochistan´s deep sea port of Gwadar.

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