QUETTA - Four people, including a government official and a lady health worker were killed in separate incidents of firing in Quetta and Gandawa towns of Balochistan on Saturday. According to police, Deputy Director for Water Resources and Management, Abdul Jabbar was going to office from his residence when unidentified armed men opened indiscriminate firing on him at Airport Road within the jurisdiction of Airport police station. He died instantly after receiving bullet wounds and assailants escaped from the site after killing him. Police rushed to the site and moved the body to Civil Hospital for medico-legal formalities. +IBg-It could be a case of a personal feud+IBk-, a police officer told The Nation and denied that it was an incident of target killing. Police has registered a case against unidentified persons and started further investigation into the killing. Separately, two people including a leady health worker were killed in an armed attack, in the outskirts of Quetta. Police said that unidentified armed men riding a motorbike sprayed a volley of bullets on a family planning center located on Eastern Bypass area of Quetta. Resultantly, lady health worker namely Zahida and watchman of center Saeed Ahmed were killed in the firing. Police handed over the bodies to heirs after completing legal formalities and said that motive behind the killing is yet to be ascertained. In another incident, a person was killed in Gandawa town of Jhal Magsi. Police said that victim Ali Jan was attacked by unknown persons who managed to flee from the scene after committing the crime. He received bullet wounds and succumbed to his injuries. Police have registered a case and started investigations.