Last year, a fierce encounter took place between two tribal tribes in Kandhkot. During this, five people died. The gun fight caused panic among the locals.
At least nine people were killed and five were injured in a shootout between two tribal groups in Sindh province of Pakistan. This information was given in a media report on Sunday. ‘ARY News’ reported that there was a firing on Saturday between Jagirani and Chahar tribesmen in Kandhkot.
According to the police, nine people were killed in a shootout between them over the old enmity. Police said that the injured people have been admitted to hospitals. There is an atmosphere of fear in the area due to tension between the two groups. A heavy police force has been deployed in the area to reduce tension. Earlier last year, a fierce encounter took place between two tribal tribes in Kandkot. During this, five people died. The gun fight caused panic among the locals.
11 people died due to falling in canal
In Pakistan’s Punjab province, 11 people of the same family, including seven children, were killed when a vehicle fell into a canal. According to rescue officials, the incident took place on Friday in Sheikhupura district, about 50 km from Lahore, when a vehicle coming from Qila Didar Singh slipped off the road and fell into a canal. This vehicle was going towards Khanqah Dogran.
Police and rescue personnel rushed to the spot on the incident and the bodies were removed from the canal. Rescue officer Muhammad Farooq said, ‘There were seven children, two women and two men among the dead. All people belonged to the same family. He said that the rescuers have taken out all the bodies and they have been handed over to the family members. Rescue officials believe that the speed of the vehicle may have deteriorated due to the high speed and it fell into the canal.
Lack of sanctions in Pakistan
Pakistan, reeling from the third wave of Corona, began to relax COVID restrictions imposed on transport and commercial activities on Sunday. To prevent the virus from spreading during Eid holidays, it was banned for a week.
This relaxation in restrictions is being given even when the infection rate of Corona virus in the country increased to 7.83 percent on Sunday, which had come down to about five percent a day earlier. This was the first time in two months that the infection rate was so low.
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