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4 killed in firing incident in Islamabad

4 killed in firing incident in Islamabad
April 2, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – At least four persons have been killed in a different two firing incident within one hour in Islamabad on Tuesday. According to the details garnered, two robbers had entered the shop of a weapon dealer in Komari road area and opened fire. Two persons were killed in the firing robbers. Later, when the robbers came out of the shop and left the area, the security guards of a nearby bank opened fire at their car in retaliation. According to Islamabad DIG operations, one person was killed in the firing by guards while another was injured. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4rCUGJf7t8
Man killed, another injured in firing on MQM UC office
A man was killed and another injured when unknown attackers opened fire on MQM’s Union Council office in New Karachi Sector 11/D. According to the police, 5-6 armed people stormed into the office and opened fire on the office barrier. As result, two people were injured and shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where one of the injured succumbed to his wounds. The deceased was identified as Shakeel. The MQM office was used to redress public complaints. Meanwhile, the MQM has announced three-day mourning and demanded the arrest of the accused within 48 hours.
Minor girl dies in firing between two groups in Rawalpindi
A four-year-old girl Urooj who was playing outside her house died in cross firing between two groups in Rawalpindi on Saturday. The incident took place in area of Sangral near Chauntra police station in Rawalpindi. As per details, the dispute started between Nadeem Ejaz Group and Mushtaq Anwar Group. After exchanging hot words, they opened fire on each other. As a result, four-year-old girl Urooj by hit by a bullet. She died on the spot. The body was moved to the DHQ Hospital for autopsy. Police arrested several suspects of both groups whereas raids are being conducted to arrest fleeing accused.