Balochistan witnessed a series of incidents that led to the loss of six lives and left ten people injured.
In Quetta’s Satellite Town, an unidentified assailant opened fire on a rickshaw, killing two women inside and critically wounding the driver. The local authorities promptly moved the deceased to the Civil Hospital and initiated an investigation into the attack.
In Jhal Magsi, a devastating flash flood took the life of a 12-year-old girl named Khalida, the daughter of Muhammad Rafiq Lashari.
In Wadh, another life was lost due to a lightning strike. The victim, Muhammad Ali, tragically succumbed to the incident.
On the Zhob-DI Khan highway in the Shah Sangar area, a passenger bus collided with a van, causing injuries to nine passengers, including four women. The critically wounded passengers identified as Irfan, Ameer Jan, Muhammad Hasan, Eid Muhammad, and Dost Muhammad were rushed to the hospital. The accident involved a passenger bus on its way to Quetta from Islamabad.
Adding to the string of unfortunate events, three young girls accidentally fell into a water tank and drowned to death.