Four persons including 1 transgender person killed in twin cities

Islamabad   –  As many as four persons including a transgender person were killed in firing and road accident in twin cities, informed sources on Thursday.

An 18-year-old boy was sodomized while three women were kidnapped from different localities of capital, they said. Police have lodged separate cases against accused and started investigation.

According to sources, a man was stabbed to death in Bhekar Fateh Baksh, the area of Police Station (PS) Golra. They said a man namely Juma Khan appeared before police and lodged complaint that his nephew Shah Agha had stabbed his son Kundh Agha to death during a fight. He said the killer managed to escape from the scene after committing crime.

Mehmood Sultan told PS Lohi Bher that his son Umer Sultan was travelling on his motorcycle when iron pipes, loaded by a car moving ahead and being driven by Imtiaz, injured his son who later died in hospital.

He appealed police to register a case against the accused and to arrest him. 

In Rawalpindi, five unknown gunmen stormed into a house located at Gulshan e Iqbal in Dhamial and shot dead a man Naseer, informed sources. After committing crime, the attackers managed to escape from the scene, they said. A heavy contingent of police also rushed to the crime scene and moved the body to hospital for autopsy. According to SHO PS Saddar Bairooni Inspector Malik Allah Yar, five armed men entered into house of Naseer and started beating him. Later, he said, one of the man killed him by shooting with a pistol and all fled.

He said a case was registered against killers and further investigation was on.

Similarly, an eunuch was also murdered apparently by two men when he (transgender) taunted one of them for not giving him money. The incident took place in the jurisdiction of PS Airport. Police moved the body to hospital for autopsy. 

A murder case has been registered while two suspects namely Haider and his father Talib were arrested by cops.  In Islamabad, three females were kidnapped from different localities and police registered a case against kidnappers on complaints of heirs, said sources.


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