LAHORE – At least five persons died in different nature of incidents, which took place in different localities of the provincial capital on Thursday. According to details, a 30-year-old man Abdul Hafeez of Salamatpura was killed by the firing of several accused over a dispute in the wee hours on Thursday. Salma Bibi, wife of the deceased, has stated to police that one Irfan and his unidentified armed accomplices knocked at their door late on Wednesday and when her husband opened the door they forcibly entered in their home. “Seconds after their influx, they opened several bullets on him and fled the scene, leaving him in pool of blood,” she said, adding when police reached the spot, he had died. In-charge investigation Rana Muhammad Irham says an FIR has been lodged against the accused with no arrest. Further investigations are underway. Meanwhile, a body of a 70-year-old Farid Ahmed of Shahdara was found from a surrounding area of Racecourse police station. After recovering the body, police traced his heirs and handed over the body to them. Similarly, a 55-year-old alleged drug addict was also found dead from Lytton Road police precincts. Police after recovering the body made numerous announcements in nearby mosques but none of the citizens claimed to own the body, which was shifted to the City morgue for autopsy.

A six-year-old Naveed, son of Umar Din of Pindi Rajputana was playing on the roof of his home when he fell down and sustained multiple injuries. He was taken to the General Hospital where the doctors pronounced him as dead. Similarly, a 30-year-old Arif also fell down from a moving trolley in Chungi Amirsidhu area and suffered head injuries. The injured was shifted to the Emergency Ward of the General Hospital where he breathed his last.Police still cluless about man: Sharaqpur police is still clueless regarding a 50-year-old man, who was kidnapped for ransom of Rs 5 million several days back. The victim Rao Fazal-o-Rehman was kidnapped by unidentified men few days back and later unidentified men phoned the victim family members and demanded Rs 5m as ransom. Rao Muzamil and Rao Tajamul, relatives of the abducted man, have demanded to the Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and IG Punjab Javed Iqbal to take note of the incident and provide them justice.