DERA GHAZI KHAN, Feb 1: An unidentified flying object with a flashlight was seen by the tribal people on the skies of Dera Ghazi Khan tribal area the other day.

The UFO, according to eyewitnesses, came from south and passed the whole area moving towards the NWFP area on the night of Jan 29. It was seen flying over Tuman Leghari area near the DG cement factory, Tuman Buzdar and Qaisrani. The Border Military Police, however, could not find any clue to the landing of the object in its jurisdiction.

A tribesman of Tuman Buzdar told Dawn that he saw the flying object with flashlight at 10pm on Jan 29. The light was so strong, he said, that he could see the ground clearly.

It is worth mentioning that UFOs were seen in the area in August 2000. One of them was seen flying over several towns of Balochistan and it landed near Farid Air Base in tribal area of Rajanpur district on Aug 15. Its wreckage was removed by the authorities concerned.

These UFOs came from west and moved towards east while the recently-seen object appeared from south and went to north towards the NWFP, eyewitnesses said.

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