Rivals kill two, injure one in shootout in Faisalabad


Rizwan, Shan and their accomplices killed their rival’s driver and a hitchhiker and injured his father. According to details, Omar, a resident of Chak No 97 RB had an old enmity with a group of the same village. On Sunday, Omar was returning home in his car driven by Irfan from Chak No 96 RB. On their return, they saw Khadim Hussain and his son Abbas from the same village walking home and asked his driver to stop and pick them up. As the travelling party arrived near their village, a group of rivals, including Rizwan, Shan and others who had ambushed to kill Omar opened fire on the car. As a result of fierce firing, driver Irfan and Abbas were killed on the spot while Khadim Hussain was critically wounded and admitted to hospital.
MINISTER vows TO serve masses: PML-Q Minister of State for Privatisation Rana Asif Tauseef has pledged to resign in case he fails to address people’s problems.
“Serving the community without any political or party discrimination and quick redress of public grievances is the first item of my agenda,” he said addressing a public rally in Karkhana Bazaar. He reiterated that the decision of joining the coalition government was taken by the party’s top leadership in the broader interest of Pakistan. “I will quit the ministerial slot if I fail to solve the people’s problems,” he said. “I have strived to serve my people during my role in the opposition and this will continue in future as well,” he added. Other speakers included Rana Abdul Khaliq Khan, Rana Muhmmad Saleem, Tariq Javed Wains, Noor Elahi Naqshbandi and Anwar Mughal.