QUETTA Three people, including a retired teacher were killed in separate incident of firing in Mastung and Kalat towns of Balochistan on Tuesday. According to reports, unknown motorcyclists armed with sophisticated weapons gunned down Abdul Jalil, a retired teacher, at bus stop of Mustung town, some 60 kilometres on southeast of Quetta when he was on his way home after receiving his pension from National Bank. As a result, he sustained critical wounds and died on way to hospital. The assailants escaped from the site after committing the crime. Police sources said it was an incident of target killing and further investigations are underway in this connection. In yet another incident in same town of Mastung, a person was stabbed to death. Unidentified people attacked Muhammad Iqbal with knifes and wounded him seriously. He was rushed to nearby hospital for first medical aid and later was referred to Quetta for further treatment, however, he succumbed to his injuries on way to Quetta. Police said that the incident could be the result of enmity. Police have registered separate cases of both incidents and started further investigations. Moreover, a person was shot dead in Kalat town, some 160 kilometres on southeast of the provincial capital. Unknown armed assailants opened firing on a person identified as Elahi Bakhsh and fled away. Resultantly, he sustained critical wounds and died. On getting information, police rushed to the site and took the body to hospital for autopsy.