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Balochistan witnesses protests demanding justice for Bramsh

Bangladsh Live News | @banglalivenews | 03 Jun 2020

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Quetta: Protests erupted in Balochistan to demand justice for four-year-old girl Bramsh who was shot by gunmen at her residence in Dannuk area of Turbat recently.

While the minor was hurt, her mother was killed by the attackers.

The rally participants expressed their outrage against the recent killing of the Baloch woman, Naz Malik, and injuring her innocent daughter, Bramsh Baloch, during a robbery at their house in Dannuk area of Turbat, reported Balochwarna News.

Joining the protest online, Baloch people from across the world started a campaign named JusticeForBramsh.

The protesters demanded harsh punishments for the attackers.

Protests erupted after the incident occurred in Turbat city of the country where the baby girl was reportedly shot and hurt by state-backed local gang of robbers.

Her mother Maliknaz was killed by the attackers.

One of the thugs caught by family members admitted they were sent to Bramsh’s home by Sameer Sabzal, a man who leads one of the many death squads in Turbat for Pakistan’s Military Intelligence and is a member of the ruling party, reported Balochistan Times.

Kech has remained  a hotbed of these death squads.




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