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FC personnel kills colleague mistakenly

FC personnel kills colleague mistakenly
December 06, 2017

GHALLANAI: A Frontier Constabulary personnel mistakenly gunned down his own colleague in Mohamand Agency late Tuesday night, officials said.

Officials at the political administration said the FC personnel was enroute Lakaro area of Safi Tehsil from Mamadgat last night.

They said when the personnel reached Qayyumabad checkpoint he mistook the on-duty FC personnel for a militant and shot him dead.

The deceased personnel was identified as Bahauddin who was hailing from Mulagori area of Khyber Agency. The personnel was arrested and a case was registered against him.

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