Amnesty International has released an urgent appeal on the internet asking people to write to the Pakistani Government, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Chief Minister Nawabzada Aslam Raisani and their own countries diplomatic representatives to take concrete action to stop the increasing number of 'kill & dump operations in Balochistan. However, FC spokesman Murtaza Baig brushed aside the accusation terming it baseless. 'FC personnel have carried out no action in Khuzdar district or in any other area and there is nobody in our custody, he stated. The body of a Baloch student activist was found on July 16th, five months after he was taken into custody by the paramilitary Frontier Corps, Amnesty said. Ten other Baloch men, detained at the same time, are in serious danger, it stated. The 10 were taken into custody on February 18th, alongwith 19 others, during a Frontier Corps search operation in the town of Tutak in Balochistans Khuzdar district, it added. Eighteen men have since been released, while the body of Maqsood Qalandarani, an activist with the Baloch Student Organisation-Azad, was found in a sack in the Jabal-e-Noor area of Balochistans capital, Quetta, on July 16th, AI said. Maqsood Qalandarani appeared to have been tortured. According to local news reports, police discovered a note in his pockets, saying that he was an 'Agent of the Baloch Liberation Army. The 10, most of whom are from the Qalandarani tribe, have not been seen since several months, it said. They are at risk of torture and other ill-treatment, as well as extra-judicial execution, AI stated. The bullet-riddled bodies of abducted men, many showing signs of torture, are being found in increasing numbers across Balochistan and illustrate a growing trend of 'kill and dump operations in the province, it stated. Between October 24, 2010 and May 31, the A I recorded 73 disappearances and 108 killings of Baloch activists, teachers, journalists and lawyers.