14 passengers killed in Balochistan’s Ormara, Governor, CM Balochistan condemn incident

QUETTA, Apr 18 (APP):At least fourteen people were killed by unknown gunmen at Makran Coastal Highway near Ormara area of Balochistan on Thursday.

According to Levies sources, armed assailants intercepted about six Karachi, Gwadar-bound passenger buses and opened fire at 14 commuters after checking their National Identity Cards (NICs) and fled from the scene.

All except two victims died on the spot after receiving bullets injuries. Two victims managed to escape.

On information Levies force reached the site and shifted the bodies to nearby hospital.

Where nine of the victims were identified as Muhammad Yousaf, Muhammad Wasim, Farhan-Ullah, Ali Raza, Zulfiqar, Muhammad Haroon, Ali Asghar, Hamza, Muhammad Rizwan, Muhammad Wasim, and Zabin.

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The area was cordoned off and launched search to trace out suspects.
Balochistan Governor Amanullah Khan Yasinzai along with Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Jam Kamal Khan condemned the killing of innocent passengers at Markran Coastal Highway.

Chief Minister directed concerned department and law enforcement agencies to take strict action against those involved in killing of commuters to bring them to justice.

He said on the behest of some foreigner masters and some anti-elements were spoiling peace of Balochistan and asserted that any activity to disrupt development in the area and threat to the lives and property of the people would be dealt with iron hand.

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Balochistan Governor and Chief Minister also expressed their deep sorrow over the death of innocent passengers.