Six including four Punjabis killed in Balochistan violence


QUETTA – Six people, including four Punjabis, were killed and two others injured in three separate incidents of target killings in Punjgoor town in Balochistan on Tuesday.
According to police, unidentified armed men stormed into an under-construction building and opened indiscriminate fire on the labourers working there, killing three including two brothers while one received injuries.
The killed, all from Punjab, were identified as Muhammad Ishaq, Muhammad Ali and Abdur Razzak while the injured was identified as Muhammad Murseleen. After post mortem, the bodies after were dispatched to their ancestral cities in Punjab while the injured was taken to hospital. In another incident, unidentified armed motorcyclists opened fire on father and son and fled. Both were taken to hospital, where the father, Amanullah, succumbed to his injuries. In the third incident of target killings, armed men opened indiscriminate fire on two labourers from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Balgitar area of Punjgoor district. Both labourers, Amanullah and Matiullah, died on the spot.