10 persons missing from Gwadar, Turbat return home

Published January 31, 2021
Relatives of Baloch missing persons and martyrs demonstration in support of their demands. — File photo
Relatives of Baloch missing persons and martyrs demonstration in support of their demands. — File photo

GWADAR: Ten people who were missing for the last two and a half years from different areas of Gwadar and Turbat districts safely returned to their homes during the past two days.

Among these people is a Balochi language poet Obaid Arif, who had disappeared from Jat Dasht area of Gwadar district in November 2018. Two others are Amin Shekari and Imam Ishaq. They belong to Dasht Maznband area of Gwadar district and they have returned to their homes after two and a half years.

Sources said that Ifran Imam Bakhsh of Bal-Negor, Wahid Dad from Sami Kalag and Manzoor Hussain of Menaz Buleda of Kech district also reached home. Four other persons, who belong to Absar and Tump areas of Kech district, reached their homes after disappearance of two years. They are Izzatullah, Mehran, Mohammad Sharif and Gulab.

On the return of these people to their home their families and the people of their areas warmly welcomed them. A large number of people visited their homes and congratulated them on their safe return.

Published in Dawn, January 31st, 2021

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