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Pakistan: Judicial commission to investigate 13 bodies found in Khuzdar

1st Feb 2014

QUETTA:, (Dawn) The Balochistan government on Saturday formed a judicial commission to launch a probe into the discovery of 13 bodies recovered from graves in Khuzdar, DawnNews reported.

Balochistan High Court judge Justice Noor Mohammad Muzkanzai was appointed the head of the commission.

According to a statement issued by the Balochistan’s Interior Ministry, the commission would submit its report in a month’s time after conducting the investigation.

Earlier on Jan 27, as many as eleven bodies were recovered from two separate graves found in Khuzdar district of Balochistan.

The eleven bodies had raised to thirteen the number of bodies from the two graves in the Tutak area of Khuzdar.

Provincial minister Mir Sarfaraz Khan Bugti had said the bodies – most of which were decomposed and beyond recognition – were discovered after a local shepherd reported to security personnel the discovery of bones, body parts and the possibility of a suspected mass-grave in the area.


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