Rawalpindi: Boy shot dead in family clash
RAWALPINDI: As reported by the Dawn News on Sunday, an eleven-year-old boy was shot dead and 14 others, including seven women, were injured on Saturday in a family clash over parking of a taxi in a locality opposite Punjab House, police said.
Nabeel Khan, son of Azam Khan, was playing near his father`s grocery shop, a few metres away from his house in a narrow street of Civil Lines when the rivals, also close relatives, appeared. After a quarrel with Nabeel`s father, they shot the boy in the chest killing him on the spot. The warring family belongs to Hazara. “The boy was brought dead to the hospital. He was shot in the chest from close range,” a doctor at Benazir Bhutto Hospital said. Shama, one of the injured and aunt of Nabeel, told Dawn that the attackers had come for a patch up but instead a clash started. She was stabbed in the left hand as she tried to rescue her father, Safdar Khan.
Shama along with Nazima Bibi, Naseem Jan and Safdar Khan was taken to the DHQ Hospital while 10 other injured Pervez Khan, Saeeda Bibi, Zulaikhan, Seemi Jan, Chan Zaib, Chan Waiz, Hafeez Khan, Tanveer Khan, Rashid Khan and Rehana Bibi were shifted to Benazir Bhutto Hospital. One of the injured at the BBH is stated to be in critical condition.
The complete article can be found at Dawn News.