Two people died after being shot in Pakistan. According to Pakistani news agency Dawn, two separate incidents of firing took place. Dawn quoted the police as saying that two persons were killed in separate incidents of firing.
According to a police official, Aslam Baloch of Parova tehsil was attacked by unidentified motorcycle riders in Nawab Adda of Dera Ismail Khan city of Pakistan. He was going on a motorcycle with his wife. Aslam Baloch was seriously injured in this firing.
Aslam Baloch’s family members were targeted
After this he was immediately referred to Multan. However, he died on the way. It is a matter of pride that Aslam Baloch’s wife narrowly escaped in this attack. As reported by Dawn, the police termed the killing of Aslam Baloch as a result of communal violence. According to news reports, two youths from Aslam Baloch’s family were also targeted last month. So far 29 members of his family have become victims of target killing in Dera Ismail Khan.
Six people attacked Sultan Shah Shirazi
In a separate incident of firing, 66-year-old Sultan Shah Shirazi of Shirani tribe was shot dead in Darajanda tehsil of Dera Ismail Khan. Report. The victim’s son lodged a report with Darjanda police saying that he was going towards the farm with his father when six people attacked them and his father died on the spot while he himself managed to escape. . The victim’s son told the police in his report that six brothers including Toti Shah Sherani and Fateh Shah Sherani had caught hold of my father.
Cases of communal and ethnic violence increased in Pakistan
According to Dawn news, he said that the main accused Toti Shah had fired. The victim’s son has denied any enmity with the accused. Police have registered separate cases of these incidents and started investigation. Explain that there has been an increase in the case of communal and ethnic violence in Pakistan. Security forces have recovered arms and ammunition in Chaman district of Balochistan.
Meanwhile, sectarian and ethnic violence has become a regular affair and is escalating as security forces recovered arms and ammunition in Balochistan’s Chaman district, Geo News reported.
A cache of arms and ammunition found in Balochistan
Last week, in an intelligence-based operation in Chaman, Balochistan, security personnel found a huge cache of arms and ammunition, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement. In search of a suspected hideout of terrorists, an operation was launched to trace the hideout of terrorists on Boghra Road, Chaman.
According to news reports, Balochistan has been in the grip of racial, religious, extremist and separatist violence, which is supported by various organizations. The situation has worsened due to the increase in attacks carried out by the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) across Pakistan.