LAHORE Dacoits gunned down another 50-year-old man in front of his wife on offering resistance during daylight robbery here in Barki police area on Tuesday, police sources said. The bandits also snatched away Rs 50,000 and a mobile from the deceased. Resident of Minhala Village Muhammad Irshad, 50, along with his wife Samina Bibi riding on a motorcycle was on his way to see his relatives in Baath village when two motorcyclists intercepted them in Barki police area. The robbers held the couple up at gunpoint and demanded cash and valuables. As the father of four Irshad offered resistance and tried to overpower the bandits, they opened fire at him and fled away after snatching Rs 50,000 and a mobile phone from him. The landlord sustained serious bullet wounds and was rushed to a nearby hospital where doctors pronounced him dead. After listening to the hue and cry of the widow, local villagers rushed to the crime scene and shifted the man to the hospital. Doctors said that the man died due to excessive bleeding. The police have removed the body to morgue for autopsy and are investigating with no arrest made so far. The police have also registered a case on the complaint of Anayat Ali, brother of the deceased. The year 2010 has registered an alarming increase in the crimes against person and property as well. According to the police record, no less than 55 people have been murdered only in the Punjab Capital on putting up resistance during armed robberies. The police have failed to trace the killers and robbers involved in most of such cases registered in different police stations of the provincial metropolis. In another incident, a youth gunned down his brother over some domestic dispute in Batapur area, police said on Tuesday. Police investigators said that Tariq Dogar opened fire on his brother Khalid Dogar outside the house in Teera Village over some domestic dispute. In the meantime, Boota Dogar and Zahid Dogar, father and brother of the deceased respectively, came out of their house. Tariq also opened fire on them and fled away from the crime scene. The injured were rushed to a local hospital, where Khalid Dogar succumbed to bullet injuries while the condition of his father and brother is stated to be out of danger. The police have removed the body to the morgue for autopsy and are investigating. Investigators said that the killer had also shot dead his sister over relationship dispute some six month back. Recently, he was released from the jail after his father forgave him. Meanwhile, two people were killed in road accidents here in different parts of the City, police said on Tuesday. Resident of Sultanpura Muhammad Rameez, 17, was crossing the road in Ravi Road area when a rashly driven truck ran over him, resulting in his on the spot death. The police have impounded the truck while the driver managed to escape from the scene. Muhammad Ashraf, 45, who was rushed to a local hospital with multiple injuries he sustained during road mishap in Johar Town the other day, died there on Tuesday. He was father of four and resident of Satukatla area. Further investigations are underway.