Police raid Khetran’s house as protesting Marri tribes stage protest in Quetta’s Red Zone
February 22, 2023 12:52 PM
Police in Quetta Tuesday night raided the house of Provincial Minister Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran’s house following the terrifying Barkhan triple murders, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The policewomen are also in the raiding party as the police searched the residence along with guest rooms and other parts of the minister’s house.
The police have also sealed all the roads leading to the residence of the provincial minister in Patel Bagh area of Quetta.
According to a police spokesperson, the police have raided the house to recover the five children of Khan Muhammad Marri.
The move came after the alliance of Marri tribes including the heirs of the victims staged a sit-in along with the bodies in the Red Zone of Quetta.
The sit-in of the Marri alliance is being led by its chairman Jahangir Marri. While talking to the media, Jahangir Marri said that several tribals were allegedly kept in the private jails of the provincial minister Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran for four years.
He said that the woman – whose dead body was recovered from a well in Barkhan yesterday – gave a statement to do something for her release from the private jail. The alliance’s chairman said that they knocked on all doors but justice was not served from any side.
Jahangir Marri said that the prisoners were murdered yesterday and their bodies were thrown in a well in Barkhan.
Marri said that the police did not register the First Information Report (FIR). He added that Khetran is part of the Balochistan government and they want to demand justice from the Centre. He announced that the sit-in will be continued until the provincial minister Khetran is not arrested.