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Four people including two brothers killed in Nowshera firing

Four people including two brothers killed in Nowshera firing
March 20, 2017

NOWSHERA, 20 March: At least four people including two passerby were killed in Nowshera firing on Sunday.
According to police officials, the incident took place yesterday when armed men entered house of Lal Syed in Speen Khak Chirat area and opened indiscriminate firing.
As result of firing, Lal Syed, his brother Sartaj Khan and two passerby identified as Hassan Ayaz and Zabta Shah were killed on the spot. Police have termed the incident as an act of old enmity.
The local residents shifted their bodies on self-help basis to Rashid Memorial Hospital for medico-legal formalities.
The attackers drove off successfully after committing crime.

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