Pakistan: Abuses in mineral-rich Balochistan province
Pakistan's many crises have overshadowed a nationalist insurgency which has killed at least 1,000 people since 2008.
The southwestern province of Balochistan is one of the most under-developed regions in the country and has become the site of a long-running battle between separatists and security forces.
The government maintains that killings in the region are due to inter-tribal violence, but human rights groups say state security is behind the killings.
Shoaib Hasan reports.
01 Jun 2011