Body found in Balochistan's Nokkundi

Published August 1, 2021
According to sources, Levies Force shifted the dead body to a hospital, which was later buried temporarily. — Reuters/File
According to sources, Levies Force shifted the dead body to a hospital, which was later buried temporarily. — Reuters/File

CHAGAI: The body of an unidentified man was recovered from the Nokkundi area of Chagai district on Saturday.

According to the Levies officials, the body was found about eight kilometers from the area.

The deceased looked like an illegal Afghan immigrant.

It may be mentioned that Afghan illegal immigrants usually travel to Europe via Pakistan and Iran in search of better job opportunities.

According to sources, Levies Force shifted the dead body to a hospital, which was later buried temporarily.

An investigation in the matter was under way.

Published in Dawn, August 1st, 2021

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