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Robbers shoot Bugti chieftain's son dead in Ghotki

By News Desk

February 13, 2024 11:40 AM


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The law and order situation in Daharki in district Ghotki, Sindh continues to deteriorate by the day as dacoits are carrying out their activities with complete impunity, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Tuesday.

Especially, commuting on a section of the motorway (M5) has become more difficult

In a latest incident, robbers opened fire at a Vigo Dala, carrying Abdur Rehman Kalpar Bugti, son of famous Baloch tribal chief Jalal Bugti, which resulted in his death.  

Police said that several other passengers belonging to Peshawar, Rojhan and other cities were injured in the attack.

The dead as well as the injured were taken to a hospital, the police informed.

In a second incident, the Force said, robbers held Motorway Police (MP) Sub-Inspector Abdul Majeed Qazi hostage, subjected him to torture, and then dumped him on the road.

The inspector was going back from Panu Aqil to Ghotki, his hometown, when the tragedy befell him.  

The officer was later shifted to a hospital, the police said.

Giving further details, the police said that dacoits also intercepted a coach, heading from Karachi to Punjab, and robbed passengers of cash and other items.

 

Reporter: Jahangir Alam


News Desk


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