The Turbat killings refers to the murder of three prominent Baloch nationalist political leaders in April 2009, allegedly at the hands of Pakistani spy agencies, including the Inter-Services Intelligence and the Military Intelligence. The three murdered were:
- Ghulam Mohammed Baloch, 45, chairman of the Baloch National Movement
- Lala Munir Baloch, 50, general secretary of the Baloch National Front
- Sher Mohammed Bugti, 35, vice chairman of the Baloch Republican Party
According to an eyewitness, the trio were picked up by members of a security agency after they attended a court hearing in Turbat on April 3, 2009. Their mutilated and decomposed bodies were found five days later on April 8, 2009 in Pidrak, 35km away from their place of arrest.
- Fingers point at state intelligence agencies in the killings of three Baloch nationalist leaders, Asian Human Rights Commission, 11 April 2009
- Three political activists are found murdered after daylight abduction, Asian Human Rights Commission, 9 April 2009
- Balochistan deaths spark strikes, BBC, 10 April 2009