Balochistan: Two killed, two wounded in firing incidents

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Separate firing incidents took two lives and left two others injured, occurred in Hub and Quetta cities of Balochistan, on Wednesday.

According to details, two people were killed in a firing incident, due to a conflict between two groups of nomads, on Quetta-Chaman Highway in Qila Abdullah.

According to sources, two people who reached on the spot to restrain the firing, were shot dead. The deceased were shifted to the hospital.

After the incident the local administration reached to the site and started searching for accused.

Meanwhile, two men named Muhammad Iqbal and Abdul Hafeez were wounded in a firing incident in Hub city of Balochistan. Bothe the men were shot by robbers due to resistance.

The injured were taken to the hospital immediately and the local police has commenced a search for the robbers.

SourceTBP

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