QUETTA At least six bullet-riddled bodies of Baloch missing persons, including a journalist were recovered from different towns of Balochistan while eight people, including a former SHO and woman were killed and 23 others wounded in past three days of Eid in different incidents of violence. According to sources, police recovered a bullet-riddled body from Hanari Nullah of Ferozabad area of Khuzdar and moved it to Civil Hospital Khuzdar for autopsy where he was identified as Sami Baloch. Hospital sources said that Sami had been shot in the head and had clear marks of violence in his body. Sources said that Sami Baloch, 22, was abducted by unidentified people from Sasoal area of Khuzdar some 45 days ago while he was going to his home. His body was recovered on the first day of Eid. He was a student of Balochistan University of Engineering & Technology, Khuzdar and activist of Baloch Students Organisations (BSO-Azad). Similarly, two bodies were recovered from Mastung, some 60km south of Quetta who were later identified as Bashir Ahmad and Asmatullah Baloch. The sources said that Bashir Ahmad, worker of BSO-Azad was abducted alongwith Zahoor Baloch last week of August this year from Mastung district and later Zahoor Balochs bullet riddled body was recovered last month from the same town of Mastung. The victim Bashir Ahmed was a resident of Mastung. The other victim, Asmatullah Baloch resident of Kardgaap area of Mastung was also a member of BSO-Azad. He was abducted on September 22 this year by unknown armed men while he was on his way to Mastung from Quetta. Similarly, a bullet-riddled body of person identified as Naserullah Baloch was recovered from Kapotho area of Kalat. Sources said that Naserullah was abducted by a group of gunmen from Kalat some one and half month back. He was also hit by bullet on his head and was tortured before being shot dead. Similarly, two bullet-riddled bodies of abducted persons were recovered in Turbat area of Kech District of Makran division on the second day of Eid. Sources said that the victims had been identified as Hameed Baloch reporter of a private TV channel and resident of Gwadar and Hamid Ismail Baloch a resident of Turbat. Hameed Baloch who was also member of Gwadar Press Club and Baloch National Movement was abducted on October 23 from Zero point, some 50 km from Gwadar when he was on his way home on motorbike after meeting his relatives. 'Both victims were hit bullet on their heads and there were several marks of torture on their bodies, sources said, adding, that a letter was also found from the pocket of Hameed Baloch. Sources said that unidentified people had abducted Hamid Ismail alongwith his brother-in-law Shafiq from his residence in Turbat some two weeks ago,however, after lapse of three days, Shafiq was released. Hamid Ismail was not affiliated with any party, they added. The family members of victims blamed government agencies for alleged abduction and killing of their beloved ones. The killing of Hameed Baloch triggered protests and rallies in different towns of Makran division including Gwadar, Turbat, Buleda, Tump and Mand where shutterdown and wheel-jam strike was observed on third day of Eid. All shops and markets were closed in said towns and there was no traffic on the highways. Sources said that at least 42 tortured and bullet -riddled bodies of Baloch abducted persons had been recovered from different parts of Balochistan during last three months. Talking to newsmen, Naserullah Baloch President Voice for Baloch Missing Persons alleged that govt is killing its own citizens in official custody. 'We have eyewitnesses that the victims had been picked up by security forces and personnel of secret agencies but in Balochistan there is no law, he added. 'More than 45 bodies so far have been recovered since July 4, 2010. After facing disappointment from superior courts, finally we have decided to knock the door of International Humanitarian Organisations and the UN to take notice of the issue of missing persons and also violation of human rights, he added. On the other hand, unidentified people set two vehicles on fire parked inside the office of PTCL fiber optic in Khuzdar. Both vehicles were badly damaged. Meanwhile, two bodies were also recovered from Ahmedabad area of Kalat, some 150 km southeast of Quetta. Levies sources said that the bodies had been identified as Pir Muhammad and Muhammad Rahim. They have been shifted to Civil Hospital for autopsy. However, cause of their abduction and killing is yet to be ascertained. In another incident, a woman and child were killed while four others wounded in a rocket attack in Kohlu town of Balochistan on the first day of Eid. Two rockets fired by unknown people from an undisclosed location landed on the roof top of the Frontier Corps headquarter in Kohlu and exploded,killing a woman on the spot and wounding five others including a child namely Sana, 8. The injured were shifted to hospital while Sana was shifted to Quetta CMH for further treatment. However, she succumbed to her injuries. Three people were killed and another sustained injuries in Panjgour town on first day of Eid when a clash erupted between two armed groups. Three people from both sides were killed in the shooting. The victims were identified as Nasir, Sabir and Kiya while injured was identified as Elahi Bakhsh. In another incident, unidentified armed men riding a motor bike shot dead former Station House Officer Suni of district Bolan Abdul Sattar at Kot Mengal area of Bolan. He died on the spot after receiving critical bullet wounds. Levies sources said that it was case of old enmity. In another incident, 18 people were wounded in Khuzdar district on Eid day when a dispute occurred between two religious groups over who should lead the Eid ul Azha prayers. Police said that both groups used sticks and iron rods against each other that resulted in injuries to 18 people who were shifted to hospital for medical aid. Moreover, five rockets were fired in Kalat town on second day of Eid which landed in different areas damaging a gate of school. However, no loss of human life was reported in the rocket attack.