Two outlaws among 5 killed in Lakki
LAKKI MARWAT: Five people, including two outlaws, were killed in separate firing incidents here, police sources said on Friday. The first incident took place in Karim Keekari area in the jurisdiction of Darra Pezu police station, where Mazullah Khan was allegedly gunned down by one Amanullah and his son Samiullah over an old enmity. Police said that the slain Mazullah was wanted by the police in several cases.
The police have registered a case against the two accused on the report of Mazullah’s mother Sakhi Jana and had started investigations. In another incident, a man killed his brother in the Ghaznikhel village. One Sadullah told Ghaznikhel police in his preliminary report that he had called his son Mehmood Khan, who was a fugitive, from the tribal area to surrender to the police.
He said that when he came home his son Asghar Khan exchanged harsh words with Mehmood and then shot him dead. The other three shooting incidents occurred in the limits of Tajori police station where a blood feud claimed two lives, while a man was killed over a domestic dispute, sources said.
In Kot Kashmir village, Moeenullah was killed over an old enmity allegedly by his rivals Samiullah, Awal Noor and Mohammad Ali, while in Kotka Ahmad Khan village, a man Abdul Majid, was killed over a blood feud.
The police have registered Majid’s murder case against three accused, including Halim Khan, Gul Mohammad and Saleh Khan. In another incident, one Haji Ayaz was killed over a domestic dispute in Kotka Adamzai village.