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SP among four policemen shot dead in Quetta

SP among four policemen shot dead in Quetta
July 13, 2017

QUETTA, 13 July: At least four police officers, including SP Quaidabad Mubarak Shah, were killed when unidentified gunmen targeted their vehicle in Kallay Deeba area of Quetta on Thursday, police said.
Police said the SP Mubarak Shah along with other personnel was on routine patrol when unidentified gunmen riding a motorcycle fired on his vehicle in Kallay Deeba. Three policemen guarding the SP Mubarak Shah died on the spot, while Shah succumbed to wounds later in the hospital. Police declared the firing incident as target killing.
Police and law enforcement agencies have cordoned off the area and started the search operation.
It is pertinent to mention, on July 10, District Police Officer SSP Sajid Khan Mohmand was martyred when a suicide bomber targeted his convoy on Bogra Road in Chaman. 11 policemen were injured in the attack on the SSP’s convoy.
Meanwhile, in Khyber Agency, unidentified persons shot dead an FC soldier Akhtar Shah. The administration said that unidentified armed men targeted Akhtar Shah when he was on his way in Ghundai area in Khyber Agency.


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