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Firing between rival groups claims life of teenager

FAISALABAD: A teenager boy killed during the firing between two rival groups in Chak Jhumra police station precincts.

Police spokesman said here Friday that two rival groups in Chak No 157-RB indulged in a clash on the issue of celebrating the victory of a candidate.

During the clash, both groups resorted to firing into the air. However, a stray bullet hit 16-year-old passerby boy Tayyab. As a result, he received serious injuries and was shifted to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

The police took the body into custody and started an investigation.


One person killed and six others, including two women, were injured in different road accidents here on Friday.

Rescue 1122 sources said that a speeding Mazda hit a motorcycle on Sargodha Road near Mauza Pakkaywala. As a result, wife Zubeda Bibi and her husband Mushtaq Hussain were injured seriously.

A young man, an employee of a workshop in Jhang City was hit by a speeding vehicle. He died on-the-spot.

A speeding wagon skidded due to tyre burst on Gojra Road near Quetta Hotel and turned upside down. As a result, one Mehak Shah was injured.

A wagon and an auto-rickshaw collided on Bhakhar Road near Old Bypass. As a result, three persons, Subhan wife of Ghulam Akbar, Hasnain Arshad and Abdur Rasheed were injured.

Rescue 1122 shifted the injured persons to DHQ hospital.

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