A case has been lodged on behalf of the State in the murders of 14 members of the armed forces in Ormara.
A case has been lodged at the Levies police station under sections of attempted murder and the Anti-Terrorism Act against unidentified terrorists.
Fourteen people were killed on April 18 after they were offloaded from a bus on the Coastal Highway near Ormara. Terrorists shot them all dead after confirming their identities.
The victims were all personnel of the Pakistan Navy, Pakistan Air Force and Pakistan Coastguard.
Pakistan will be fencing its 950 kilometre-long border with Iran to maintain security and peace, announced Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi. The government has also written a letter to Iran.
“15 to 20 terrorists who camouflaged themselves in Frontier Corps (FC) uniform barricaded the road and stopped three to four buses traveling from Ormara to Gwadar on the coastal highway at Buzi Top in the dawn of April 18 and on the identification of the passengers, shot dead 14 personnel belonging to the armed forces of Pakistan. BRAS which is the alliance of three Baloch terrorist organisations have claimed responsibility for this terrorist act,” the letter stated.