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Afghanistan,Bugti refugees camp attacked , two civilians have been killed
State backed gun men attacked the camp of Bugti refugees in Spin Boldak area of Afghanistan. Two cousins namely Nehal Khan Bugti and Zar Khan Bugti were killed in the attack. Both the victims were sitting outside their house when unknown gunmen opened indiscriminate fire on them, which resulted in killing them on the spot.
Remember that a member of the same family, Dur Khan Bugti, father of Nehal Khan Bugti was killed by a Pakistani state hired suicide attack on their home on 25 March, 2011. Nehal Khan Bugti was left injured in that suicide bombing while his father Mr Dur Khan Bugti and his youngest sister were killed.
This is the 4th time that Bugti refugees camp in Spin Boldak, Afghanistan has been attacked. Previously suicide bombers and IED explosions targeted the camp of Baloch refugees where several innocent people lost their lives. On 25 March, 2011 Dur Khan Bugti s/o Gul Bahar Bugti was killed and three children were wounded in the same region of Afghanistan.
The house of Baloch Republican Party leader Mr Riaz Gull Bugti was also attacked by Pakistani intelligence agencies on 7th July 2013. Raiz Gul Bugti’s aged mother and his innocent daughter were inured in the attack.
More than 15000 Bugti refugees are currently living in various parts of Afghanistan. They migrated to there after the assassination of Baloch Leader Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti during a military operation on August 26, 2006.