QUETTA - A complete shutter-down strike was observed in different towns of Kechh district of Balochistan Thursday in protest against the killing of two Baloch missing persons, Qambar Chakar and Illyas Nazar, allegedly in the custody of intelligence agencies. The bullet-riddled bodies of Qambar, a senior member of Baloch Students Organisation (BSO)-Azad, and Illyas, a student of Balochistan University, were recovered from Pidarak, a mountainous area some 17km away from Turbat town, the other day. BSO-Azad and Baloch National Movement (BNM) had given the strike call which was supported by all nationalist political parties and the business community. All shops and markets in Turbat, Hoshab, Tump, Buleda and Mand remained closed while traffic was also thin as compared to normal days. Unidentified people ransacked the office of a NGO in Awaran town while a PTCL office was also set on fire in Mashkay. The local administration had taken strict measures to avoid any unpleasant incident as police backed by Levies and Frontier Corps were deployed in different areas. Meanwhile, the male and female activists of BSO staged a demonstration outside Quetta Press Club to protest against the unending series of Baloch missing persons killing. The protesters said the agencies and the security forces were responsible for these incidents. Agencies add: Enraged youths set on fire three government and semi-government offices in Turbat. The local police said dozens of youths, who were protesting the killing of two students, stormed into the offices of Communication and Works Department (C&WD), Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) and torched them. All the record and furniture were destroyed in the inferno. According to BSO-Azad Vice-Chairperson Karima Baloch, Qambar was abducted from Turbat on Nov 26 and Illays from Pasni on Dec 22. Talking to the BBC, she accused the security forces of the latest killings and said it was a message for the Baloch people that all of those, who were raising their voice for obtaining the basic rights in non-violent manner, would be silenced in a similar fashion. The Baloch National Front has already given a three-day wheel-jam strike call from Jan 7 to register protest over the appearance of dead bodies.