LAHORE - Two armed muggers murdered four people, including a man and his son, at Shabab Chowk of Millat Park Police limits yesterday.

Although Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif ordered immediate arrest of culprits, police neither registered a case nor detained any suspect.

Tanveer and his father Amjad were dealing with four customers – Abbas, Farhan, Salimuddin and Tanzeel – at their money-exchange shop when a youth got in and attempted to loot cash at gunpoint.

They resisted the robbery when another mugger unleashed gun attack from outside the shop, killing Tanveer, his father, Abbas and Farhan on the spot.Saleem and Tanzeel were rushed to hospital where their condition was stated to be out of danger.

Eyewitness said that outlaws were wearing helmet and fled the scene.  According to eyewitness, police were considering it a case of old enmity to push it under the carpet. Tanveer, Amjad and Farhan are locals while Abbas is a resident of Bahawalnagar. Police big guns reached the crime scene and supervised primary probe. 

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