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One killed in Elite Force vehicle accident

Akhtar Hussain, 37, died when his car collided with a Elite Force vehicle on Bedian road in the Burki police precincts.
Five policemen sustained injuries in addition to Akhtar. All were shifted to a nearby hospital where Akhtar passed away while doctors said the policemen were stable. Separately, Saadia Ameer lost her life when her motorcycle was hit by a speeding trawler in the Harbanspura Police Area. Saadia and her brother Muzaffar were going home when a speeding trawler hit them from behind near the shrine of Panj Peer near Lal Pul. Saadia died on the spot while Muzaffar was injured. Locals beat up the driver Imam Din, torched the trawler and handed the driver over to police.
SUICIDE: Newlywed Nazia, resident of Vehari, committed suicide by swallowing poisonous pills after a scuffle with her husband, Muhammad Akram, over a minor issue in the Chungi Amar Sidhu area. The two had married three months ago. On the day of incident, the couple had a scuffle which closed herself in a room and swallowed poisonous pills. She was rushed to a local hospital but doctors declared her as brought dead.
Shot dead: Muhammad Faisal, a resident of Gulgasht Colony and father of two, was shot dead in his home by unidentified men in the North Cantonment Police Area. His wife and relatives found him injured at home and rushed him to a nearby hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. North Cantt Police registered a case against unknown killers on deceased’s father Muhammad Nawaz complaint.
Separately, Ilyas, 40, who was injured in a clash between two parties in the Barki police area on Sunday died at a local hospital on Monday. The deceased was a resident of Mundiyalay village. Police said Ilyas and his family exchanged crossfire with the village’s Arain family over a minor issue in which Ilyas sustained bullet injuries.
Strangled: Rehana, 20, was strangled by her paternal uncle, Arif Ahmad, over her refusal to marry his son in the Kot Lakhpat police limits. Rehana was the daughter of Amanat Ali and a resident of Chandrai Road.



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