Balochistan. An indiscriminate shooting incident has come to light in the Nasirabad district of Pakistan’s Balochistan province. An unidentified assailant opened fire on a van carrying a procession here. Four people were killed and 12 seriously injured in the incident.
According to police, about 20 people, including children and women, were trying to head to Gandawaha on March 18, but when they arrived at the Soheje conscription station, assailants on motorbikes opened fire on the van with automatic weapons. bottom. Providing information about the incident, Jhal Magasi’s deputy chief said four of his people, including a woman, were killed at the scene and 12 others were injured in the attack.
The dead and wounded are being admitted to the district hospital in Gandawa. Hospital officials said his four injured people were in critical condition and were being transferred to Quetta. Police are trying to determine the reason behind the attack, but have found no leads so far. However, according to Dawn, Magasi’s deputy chief said that animosity between the tribes may be behind the killings.
Authorities are investigating the incident and a search operation has been launched by the military to track down the attackers. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister of Balochistan, Abdul Quds Bizenjo, became aware of the incident and asked the Deputy Director General of Jal Magasi to report it. He instructed the authorities to arrest the perpetrators immediately and provide the best possible treatment to the injured.
On the same day, unidentified gunmen opened fire on a vehicle carrying seven people, including a tribal elder and his two brothers, in Job district, Balochistan. This attack also killed everyone.
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