QUETTA - Two more bullet-riddled bodies were recovered from Kech district on Saturday. According to sources, the Levies Force recovered two bodies from the Souraap nullah, some 35 kilometres away from Turbat town of Kech district, and shifted them to hospital. The deceased were identified as Asif Rind, son of Muhammad Yousuf, and Abu Bakar. Sources in hospital said the victims were hit by bullets and their bodies bore multiple marks of torture. The sources said Asif Rind was affiliated with the Baloch National Movement (BNM) and was picked from Karachi few months ago allegedly by the intelligence agencies while Abu Bakar went missing about two weeks ago from Kech district. The relatives of deceased alleged that intelligence agencies were behind the killing. Asif Rind was the nephew of BNM chairman Ghulam Muhammad Baloch who was allegedly picked by intelligence personnel from Turbat in April 2008 along with two other Baloch leaders Lala Munir and Sher Muhammad Baloch and after four days, their mutilated bodies were recovered from Murghab area of Kech district. Meanwhile, a complete shutter-down strike was observed in different Baloch-dominated areas of the province to condemn the recovery of bullet-riddled bodies of Baloch missing people. Eleven bodies of missing Balochs were recovered from different parts of the province in five days. The strike call was given by the Baloch National Front (BNF). All shops, markets, banks, and even pharmacies remained closed. Life remained at a standstill in Turbat, Mand, Tump, Zamran Pansi, Jiwani, Gwadar, Khuzdar and other areas. Police and other law enforcers were deployed to thwart any untoward incident. The BNF announced closure of all government and private offices in Turbat on Monday to protest against the killing of missing persons and throwing their decomposed bodies.