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Groom shot dead over matrimonial dispute in Sargodha

By News Desk

November 25, 2023 10:57 AM


Groom shot dead over matrimonial dispute in Sargodha

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A groom was killed and a child was injured in a firing incident over a matrimonial dispute in Sargodha on Saturday, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Murder accused Irfan and Imran were against the marriage and when they failed to prevent it they took up arms and shot dead the groom, Adnan.

Bhagtanwala police station personnel reached the spot after the incident and shifted injured Riaz and the deceased’s body to the hospital.

However, the SHO of the concerned police station formed a team to arrest the accused.

Reporter: Zawar Kazmi


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