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At least three decomposed bodies among them two real brothers were found dumped in Kech and Khuzdar districts of Balochistan, on Sunday.

In the first incident, local people in Murgaab area of Kech district spotted two bodies lying in desolated area and informed the local administration.

Police rushed to the site and shifted the bodies to District Headquarters Hospital Turbat for medico-legal formalities.

When connected police, SHO Huzor Bakhsh of Turbat police station confirmed that police had recovered two decomposed bodies and shifted them to hospital. The bodies were identified as Shahbzaid and Shah Noor both real brothers and sons of Noor Muhammad resident of Khudabadan area of Panjgour district.

“Both the persons were brutally tortured that resulted in their death,” sources in hospital said.

Family sources said that both brothers were abducted onMarch 11th 2013from Kech district, adding, that they had no enmity with anyone. In another incident, a body was recovered inZinda Pir Roadarea of Khuzdar district.

Police officials said some people informed police about the body lying at Zinda Pir Road. Police rushed to the site and shifted it to the District Headquarters Hospital. The deceased was identified as Naseer Ahmed. The cause of the killing could not be ascertained immediately.

Separate cases of both the incidents have been registered by police and started further investigations.

Meanwhile, BNP-M leader Dr Jahanzaib Jamaldini has alleged that their mandate was stolen through rigging in May 11 elections, pointing out that final result of certain constituencies were s still not announced. Addressing a press conference at Quetta Press Club on Sunday, Balochistan National Party-Mengal leader said that rigging was done before, during and after the elections. He said that BNP-M participated in elections by trusting on democratic institutions of the country but now there was not even a single party which has not complained of rigging.

Dr Jahanzaib said that a candidate was declared successful on NA-270 seat where no polling took place at four polling stations because no polling staff had reached there. A candidate was declared successful three days after the elections in Turbat at PB-50 when he brought some ballot boxes stuffed with ballot papers in a helicopter, he added.

The BNP-M leader also complained about rigging and absence of polling staff in provincial constituencies PB 41 and 42.

 He claimed that no step was taken despite intimation to authorities concerned on this mismanagement.

He said that people of Balochistan had been living a life of third grade citizens in Pakistan and the federation always maintained discriminatory policies towards them. He appealed to the media, judiciary and all the institutions that uphold democratic norms to take notice of ‘this shameful act’ in the name of elections.