Three killed in Lakki incidents.
Byline: Ghulam Mursalin Marwat
LAKKI MARWAT -- Three people were killed in parts of the district, according to police on Monday. Police said that two murder incidents occurred in the jurisdiction of Lakki Marwat police station while another took place in the area limits of Shaheed Asmatullah Khan Khattak police station of Naurang town.
The killers in all the three killing incidents escaped," they maintained. They said the first incident occurred in Abakhel village wherein Muhammad Nazir was shot dead over old blood feud by accused persons including Mujibur Rehman and Saeed Khan. "A case was registered against the killers on the report of deceased's brother Mashal Khan in Lakki Marwat police station and investigation has been started," they said.
Separately, Hazrat Ali was gunned down over money related dispute in Mela Mandrakhel village in the precinct on Lakki police station. Police said the complainant Sakhi Jan, son of the deceased nominated Khanan, Gul Wali, Shaukat and Asmatullah in the FIR for committing the murder.
In the third shooting incident which took place in Gandi Khankhel village near Naurang town, one Qismat Khan was murdered over the dispute of killing enmity. Police registered a case against the killers including Gul Muhammad and Wali Ayaz and began investigation.
Meanwhile, local police have arrested seven dreaded outlaws during a search and strike operation on Monday. Following the directives of district police chief Ali Alkbar Shah police parties conducted successful raids against criminals' gangs in different localities," said an official.
He said that special instructions had been issued to the station house officers to intensify actions against anti social elements in the jurisdiction of their respective police stations.
"During the search operation the law enforcers eliminated the sanctuaries of wanted criminals and captured seven notorious proclaimed offenders," he maintained. He said the arrested POs included Samiullah, Kalimullah, Inayatullah, Rehmdil, Mehrdil, Matiur Rehman and Mohibur Rehman and they were wanted by police in cases of heinous nature.