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Hyderabad MQM's ex-Nazim shot dead.

Hyderabad -- Former Union Council Hyderabad Jalil-ur-Rehman was killed after unknown gunmen opened fire near Nishat Cinema on Sunday morning Sunday Morning may refer to:
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, officials said.

Another man was also injured in the incident.

According to local police, Muttahida Qaumi Movement Muttahida Qaumi Movement (Urdu: متحدہ قومی موومنٹ) generally known as MQM or simply Muttahida, is one of the largest political parties in Pakistan.  (MQM MQM Muttahida Quami Movement (Pakistan)
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) joint in charge of Hyderabad Sector-B and former UC Nazim Jalil-ur-Rahman was present at a tea hotel near Memon Hospital in Hyderabad when two unidentified assailant opened fires.

Four bullets pierced in to the chest of Jalil-ur-Rahman and he died at the spot while another MQM worker was seriously wounded. Both were shifted to Civil Hospital Hyderabad.

A large number of MQM activists gathered at the hospital after the incident. The dead body of Jalil-ur-Rahman has been handed to his heirs.

Meanwhile, some unidentified gunmen riding on motorcycles opened fire and killed two real brothers, Murtaza and Hatim, in Cantt Bazaar near Cantt Police station while their third brother, Shabbir was critically injured.

The attackers managed to escape from the scene after the incident. Panic and fear spread in the area after the incident. Meanwhile, Bohri community has announced to keep the business centre closed today in protest against killings.
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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9INDI
Date:Nov 5, 2012
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