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Four people killed in various incidents of violence

Four people were killed while two others were injured in separate incidents of violence, here on Tuesday. According to police and rescue sources, Bakhati Rehman son of Gul Rehman was allegedly killed by Afghan, 45, a security guard inside house No B-67, Block 6, PECHS, in the jurisdiction of Tipu Sultan police station.

Police suspected that the incident was a result of personnel enmity. Afghan shot himself dead right after he gunned down Bakhati, police added. A man Adil son of Saad Ali, a mechanic by his profession, was gunned down by unknown bike riders inside his shop located in the limits of Super Highway police station. Police said that the incident occurred when he was busy in a TV repair work at his shop; in the meantime two armed men came on a bike, and opened multiple fires on him and managed to flee from the scene leaving him dead on the spot. In the same way, another man was killed by unidentified armed man in Naseerabad, located in F B Area. The identity of the deceased was yet to be ascertained till filing this report.

Meanwhile, SHO Sohrabh Goth M Ismail Lashari sustained injuries during encounter with the banned organisation members in Sohrabh Goth area. A man Abdul Latif son of Younus was injured while offering resistance during a robbery bid in Nepier, in the jurisdicitosn of Napier police station.

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