Target Killing of Brahamdagh bugti's sister and niece

Target Killing of Brahamdagh bugti's sister and niece

Sibi : Pakistan | Feb 05, 2012 at 1:54 PM PST
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Baloch Resident Party’s president and one of the most loved Baloch Leader Brahamdagh bugti’s sister and niece along with their driver gunned down at Gizri Bridge, Karachi early Tuesday.

Zamu Domki, her daughter Jana Domki and driver Barkat Baloch, were returning home at their DHA based resident from a wedding when unknown asiliants on a motorbike fired at them in an ambush, killed all of them and conveniently escaped.

Some Bugti families agreed about the tripple killing that this was clearly an act of Pakistani agencies

The victims were wife, daughter and driver of Sibi based Balochistan MPA Mir Bakhtiar Khan Domki who said “They used to kill the men of our family, now they have started killing our women as well,” he said. “We have been sacrificing for our country, and will continue to do so.”

Exiled in Geneva Brahamdagh Bugti Grand son of Nawab Akhbar Khan Bugti is leading a pro independence movement

I.S.I. and M.I. want to stop his surface political movement in such a brutal way by killing of Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti’s family members. The world should take notice and stop Pakistan from killing of Baloch women and children,” Sher Mohammad Bugti official spokesperson of Baloch Republican party told the reporters

The brutal act of assassinating Baloch women must be condmned, whisking away, torture and target killing of Baloch scholars, journalists, political activists is routinely carried out in Balochistan by Military and Para-Military forces of Pakistan whereas the clearly biased media either manupulates the stories or completely skips them. In 2011 alone 350+ (on average one each-day) Baloch were killed and ruthlessly dumped and thousands still remain in captivity.

Some news reports termed this attack as an outcome of family vendetta, whereas Mir Bakhtiar Domki enjoys no enmity with any of his clan or other Baloch tribes.

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