Balochistan [Pakistan]February 21 (ANI): Thousands of people in Balochistan, Pakistan took to the streets to protest the arrest of identified female suicide bomber Maha Balochistan and the imposition of trumped-up charges against her, vernacular media Balochistan Post reports.
According to the Baloch Post, many protesters were seen holding placards calling for the immediate release of Turbat’s Mahal and an end to using false accusations to silence dissent.
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Earlier on Friday, Mahal Baloch was arrested by the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) in Quetta, where she was forced to support the Baloch Liberation Front (BLF), according to Express Tribune.
According to the details, Mahal Baloch was exploited and forced to support by BLF radicals.
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In another case where a mother and sister in Balochistan were used for nefarious purposes by a terrorist group, she became separated from her children and turned into a suicide bomber, the report said.
The CTD recovered a suicide jacket containing four to five kilograms of explosives from her handbag.
A spokesman for the CTD in Balochistan said the suicide bomber was planning to attack key facilities or security forces in Quetta, the Express Tribune reported.
FIR No 09/2023 U/S 4-5 Exp, 11F(1)(2)(6)-11I-11N-07 ATA has been lodged against the suspect at CTD Police Station, Quetta. Accordingly, the defendant was brought to court for custody of the person.
An investigation was launched to arrest the remaining members of the network, and more raids are planned in other parts of Balochistan.
According to Express Tribune, Baloch’s husband, Bebegar Baloch alias Nadeem, belonged to the armed wing of the BLF, while her father, Muhammad Hussain, belonged to the central committee of the Baloch National Movement (BNM). (Arnie)
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