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Cop shoots sister-in-law dead, injures two brothers in Lahore

June 6, 2022 12:15 PM


A Dolphin Police personnel opened fire on his brothers and their wives, killing one of his sisters-in-law and leaving his two brothers with critical injuries in Lahore, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Monday.

According to police, the incident occurred in Factory Area where the accused, identified as Waqas, shot his sister-in-law Fauzia dead over some domestic issue.

Police said that the accused also opened fire on his two brothers, leaving both of them with critical injuries.

“The accused managed to escape from the scene after the incident. The injured were shifted to a hospital for medical treatment,” they added.

Reporter: Abid Chaudhry



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