7 killed in separate incidents in Quetta


Seven people, including two women and two real brothers were killed in separate acts of violence in different areas of Balochistan, on Sunday.
According to police officials, an armed clash erupted between two sub-clans of Bangar tribe within the limits of Chattar police station, Naseerabad. As a result, three people, including Fateh Mohammad and Baqa Mohammad both real brothers and Abdul Malik were killed in the clash after receiving critical bullet wounds.
The police were informed about the incident and reached the site and moved the bodies to nearby hospital for medico-legal formalities and later handed over the bodies to heirs.
The police said that the clash occurred due to a dispute over a piece of land. In another incident, a man identified as Nazar Muhammad allegedly shot dead his wife in Dera Murad Jamali tehsil after suspecting her of having illicit relations with someone. The assailants fled from the scene after committing the crime.
In another incident, a man opened fire on his sister-in-law in tehsil Tumbo within the Khankot police station precincts in Allahabad area of Usta MOhammad. As a result, she received critical wounds and died immediately. The incident was stated to have taken place because of a domestic issue.
In yet another incident, two persons were killed when a speedy truck over ran their motorcycle in Dhadar area of Kechhi district.