Proclaimed offender killed in Lahore 'encounter'

LAHORE: A proclaimed offender (PO) having a head bounty of one and a half million rupees was killed in exchange of fire with police here on Monday. DIG Operations, Haider Ashraf said that accused Nadir opened fire at police at Multan Road in Lahore. He said that in retaliatory firing of police, the ...

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