QUETTA - The Baloch Liberation United Front (BLUF) has asked United Nations to play its due role for the release of Baloch women and other missing persons. "Direct contacts with UN is not necessary and we have conveyed our massage to UN through media and made it clear that if our demands were not met we will take extreme steps," BLUF warned. John Solecki, head of UNHCR in Balochistan, was abducted on February 2, and a shadowy organisation BLUF claimed responsibility, demanding release of 141 Baloch women, who were allegedly picked up by law enforcement agencies. Shayhuq Baloch claiming to be the spokesman of BLUF calling to newsmen on Wednesday from an undisclosed location via phone alleged that rulers instead of releasing Baloch women were busy in hiding kidnapping of Baloch men and women. He said the BLUF extended deadline to let UN to meet our demands but unfortunately the UN was not taking any advantage from this opportunity. "Can Baloch leaders give us guarantee of missing persons release if we accept its appeal for release of UN official," he added. Shayhuq Baloch stressed the need and said that the UN and other humanitarian organisations should send their teams to the specific areas of missing persons, mentioned in the list issued by the BLUF." "The UN is a honourable organisation and asset of oppressed people, thus it should also take notice of injustice being done with Baloch people ," he added. He said the UN was not paying serious attention to our demands while health of John Solecki was deteriorating He said: "Keeping in view the condition of John Solecki the UN should take practical steps to ensure the release of Baloch women and other missing persons". Meanwhile, three people were killed in two separate incidents of firing in Quetta and Sibi on Wednesday. According to police, unknown armed people riding a motorcycle shot dead Ameenullah at Eastern bypass Quetta and escaped from the site. Police shifted body to hospital for autopsy. However, motive behind the killing could not be ascertained. While in another incident, unidentified motorcyclists opened fire on a group of people in Sibi. As a result, two persons, Rasool Bakhsh and Nabi Baksh, were killed. Police have registered cases against unknown people.