5 killed in Peshawar
PESHAWAR: Five people, including a woman, were killed in parts of the provincial metropolis on Monday, police said. An official of Badbher police station said Arshad Khan was shot dead and his wife Zeenat was injured when a group of dacoits broke into their house at Badbher early on Monday. The couple, he said, had married just two weeks ago.
Arshad also killed one of the dacoits, identified as Naheed Khan of the same locality. The official said another dacoit, Kifayat, who escaped from the scene, was later killed allegedly by relatives of his accomplice, Naheed Khan.
“He was on way to home when relatives of the deceased attacked him for making Naheed to commit the robbery,” the official added. The woman was shifted to Lady Reading Hospital in serious condition.
In the same case, police registered another FIR against the murder of Kifayat on the complaint of Zahid Khan. The complainant said Kifayat was shot dead by unidentified people while on way home.
In another case, body of a 30-year-old woman was found in agriculture fields at Qadeem Kili in limits of Chamkani police station. An official said the body carried signs of bullets on head and chest. He said the body was unidentified and had been shifted to a local mortuary for autopsy.
Another body of a 25-year-old unidentified youth was found at a treatment plant of Town-I. The body carried multiple bullet injuries and had been thrown there after being killed somewhere else.