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Man bricked to death by son in Hafizabad

By News Desk

November 28, 2023 10:25 AM


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In one of the most shocking incidents, a man killed his father by repeatedly attacking him with bricks in Notheen, a suburban area of Hafizabad, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Tuesday.

Police said they had shifted body of the man identified as Munnawar to a mortuary.

They further said that the assassin after committing the crime escaped from the spot.

Case of the incident had been registered while hunt for the man had been launched, the police informed.

 

Reporter: Mian Mazhar


News Desk


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