Nawabshah: Bloody feud between 2 tribes settled by Jigra
NAWABSHAH: As reported by the Dawn News on Monday, a jirga held at the circuit house here on Sunday imposed heavy fines to settle a bloody dispute between two groups of Jatoi and Khoso tribesmen. The dispute, which started on Nov 2 last year claimed 17 lives, eight Khosos and nine Jatois, Kubers and Baladis, and left many injured.
The jirga held under tight security found Khoso tribesmen responsible for sparking the dispute and imposed a penalty of Rs9.5 million on them. It also fined Jatoi tribesmen Rs6.05 million. A fine of Rs800,000 was imposed for each murder and fines ranging between Rs150,000 and Rs400,000 were imposed for each injured person, depending on seriousness of their injuries.
The jirga chaired by Mir Manzoor Panhwar was attended by MNAs Ghulam Murtaza Jatoi and Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, MPA Ghulam Qadir Chandio, Sardar Muqeem Khoso, Masroor Ahmed Jatoi and MNA Faryal Talpur’s coordinator Ziaul Hassan Lanjar.
It warned that either party found guilty of reigniting the dispute after the settlement would be fined Rs2.6 million. The jirga formed a committee comprising MPA Chandio and Mr Lanjar to collect the first instalment of the fine in January 2011 and the second instalment in June. District Police Officer Pervez Umrani was not available for comments.
The complete article can be found at Dawn News.