Turbat: Following the brutal killing of 20 laborers in southern Baluchistan, police today registered a case against Allah Nazar Baloch, the chief of banned militant organization Baloch Liberation front.

According to source at the Turbat police station, the case was registered against the banned organization’s leader and his accomplices under anti-terrorism laws.

Terrorists had killed the 20 men and injured three others, when they opened indiscriminate fire at the laborers who were asleep in a camp, set up at the site of an under-construction bridge on a stream.

The murdered laborers belonged to different areas of Sindh and Punjab provinces.

Condemning the incident, Chief Minister Baluchistan Dr Abdul Malik Baloch had claimed that terrorists receiving funds from Indian spy agency RAW, were involved in the heinous act. Funeral prayers for 13 slain laborers were offered in Rahim Yar Khan today morning, while the funeral prayers of seven workers were offered in their native villages in Tharparkar and Badin.