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Larkana / Qambar Shahdadkot: Houses of several JSMM activists raided and dozens of innocent Sindhis apprehended by Paki LEAs at the second day of the crackdown against JSMM activists protesting against state-backed religious extremism, anti-Sindh plans, CPEC and plunder of national resources by Paki state.

According to reports heavy ISI, Rangers and Police contingents imposed curfew in different towns of district Qambar District Shahdadkot, Dokri, Warah, and Larkana District.

Houses of slain JSMM leaders Barkat Chandio, Rooplo Cholyani, Munir Khan Cholyani, Maqsood Khan Cholyani were raided and Basheer Khan Cholyani brother of slain Muneer Khan Cholyani was apprehended with several others of Cholyani tribe from Warah.

House of JSMM leader Azad Jarwar was raided in Dokri and his father Ubedullah Jarwar was picked up. Houses of former JSMM leader Hafeez Hakro, Khalique Hakrro, JSQM leader Aamir Soho, Altaf Soomro were raided in Qambar and Shahdadkot. Media was banned from coverage and numbers of abducted and apprehended people are still unknown. According to reports #LEAs brutally tortured the women and children and apprehended the old and young. The number of #EnforcedDisappearances & #missing persons rises as the crackdown on Sindhi political activists goes on. Several houses of nationalist activists were bulldozed in current operation

Media was banned from coverage and numbers of abducted and apprehended people are still unknown. According to reports #LEAs brutally tortured the women and children and apprehended the old and young. The number of #EnforcedDisappearances & missing persons rises as the crackdown on Sindhi political activists goes on. Several houses of nationalist activists were bulldozed in current operation

According to reports LEAs brutally tortured the women and children and apprehended the old and young. The number of Enforced Disappearances & Missing Persons rises as the crackdown on Sindhi political activists goes on.

Several houses of nationalist activists were bulldozed in current operation.

 
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