Balochistan: 7 people killed in two tribal conflicts

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At least seven people were killed in two separate tribal disputes in Khuzdar and Kachhi area of Balochistan on Monday.

According to reports, a person named Azizullah was killed in a clash between two groups of the Lehri tribe in the MasoodShadi area of Khuzdar. The deceased was shifted to a hospital.

Similarly, Six people were killed in an exchange of fire between two tribal groups in the Kachhi area of Balochistan.

According to rescue sources, Malik Salahuddin Shahwani alias Hasnain, one person from the Lehri tribe, and four people from the Jamot tribe were killed in the ongoing Lehri-Jamot conflict in Khacchi.

SourceTBP

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