LAHORE - One labourer died while some 10 others including six women suffered multiple wounds in various incidents of roofs and walls collapsing and slipping in the provincial capital on Monday. According to the data collected by this scribe furnished by Rescue 1122, Edhi Foundation and police concerned revealed that five people namely Ali Raza, 18, Kalsoom, 30, Sana, 5, Kiran, 7 and Mina, 35, were sleeping in their house located in Sherakot police area when the roof collapsed at about 2:30am on Monday. As a result they sustained severe injuries. Edhi ambulances rushed them to nearby hospital where their condition was told stable till filing of this report. Meanwhile, a 25-year-old Shahzadi, resident of Main Market, Gulberg, slipped from the roof of her house and fell in courtyard and suffered minor injuries. An 18-year-old Mehwish, Mohlinwal, Chung, was descending from the roof and slipped while a five-year-old child Nayyab also fell from his house. Locals said that he was playing with other children when this incident occurred. They were rushed to nearby hospitals where their condition was told stable. According to Rescue sources a wall of Fatima Jinnah Medical College hostel collapsed where three labourers including Khadim, Shahbaz and Khadim Hussain were stuck under debris. Civil Line police said that the labourers were working at a plot of Faisal when the wall fell upon them. An Edhi source said that Khadim had succumbed to wounds when we recovered him from the debris. Police said that the deceased was the resident of Lahore and after formal medical procedure his body was handed over to his heirs. Man strangled over monetary row A 70-year-old man was strangled by his maternal nephew over a financial dispute in Green Town area, police said on Monday. The deceased identified as Khan Mohammad was a resident of Mandi Usman Wala. Police believed that it was an accidental killing as the murderer had visited his maternal uncle just to obtain his money. Recently Khan Mohammad along with his offspring was living in a rented house at Bagrian Chowk, Sheraz Town. He had borrowed Rs 7,000 from his brother-in-law Yousaf some months back and promised him to return the money within a couple of months. During this span of time, Yousaf along with his son Aashiq often visited Khan Mohammad for getting his money back, but to no avail. Green Town Police Station SHO Muzamil Hussain told this scribe that Aashiq, 40, who had also been living in a rented house at Bagrian Chowk since long, visited Khan Mohammad at about 9pm on Sunday and demanded the money. Uncle, you know that Eidul Fitr is nearing and we badly need the money, so this time you will have to return the money, SHO quoted Aashiq as saying to Khan Mohammad. However, Khan got infuriated, intimidated him and asked him that he would return the money soon, the SHO added. He further said that they scuffled with each other and during the quarrel Aashiq managed to capture the neck of his uncle as a result of which he was strangled. The family however rushed him to the General Hospital where the doctors pronounced him dead, he added. Later, the body was handed over to the heirs after necessary medical procedure. The police have registered an FIR against Aashiq on the statement of Abid, son of the deceased, with no arrest so far. Further investigations are underway. Two girls attempt suicide Two girls attempted suicides over domestic issues in different areas of the City on Monday. The condition of the girls, however, was told stable till filing of this report. According to per details, a 20-year-old girl Mehreen Bibi, resident of Bakar Mandi, Bund Road, in Sherakot police limits, jumped from her double storey house and suffered multiple wounds. A close relative of the victim requesting anonymity said that she intended to marry according to her choice against the will of her parents. He said that the parents engaged her with another boy of the family so the girl was annoyed, which resulted in this incident. Later, she was shifted to a nearby hospital where her condition was stable. Meanwhile, a 16-year-old girl Alina took poisonous pills after her parents admonished her in Shahdara area on Monday. Her condition was also stable till filing of this report. Girl among 2 succumbed to wounds Two people including one girl succumbed to injuries at Mayo Hospital in Old Anarkali police area on Monday. A 30-year-old youth Abid, son of Shareef and resident of the same locality, was brought to the hospital some days back. Reportedly, he was injured by unnamed persons over unearthed disputes. The doctors however pronounced him dead on Monday despite the hectic efforts of saving his life. Meanwhile, a 20-year-old girl Amna was also under medical treatment at Mayo Hospital from last couple of days where she died on Monday. The hospital administration revealed that two unknown women had brought the girl to hospital where they made registered the name of the girl as Amna, resident of Mughalpura. The hospital sources said the women however managed to flee from the hospital during these two days. Later, the bodies were shifted to the morgue for autopsy.