Firing in Pakistan Tribal Area – symbolic picture
Firing in Pakistan’s Tribal Area: A fight broke out between two rival groups over the possession of forest land in the tribal area of Pakistan. These people also opened fire during this, in which at least 10 people have died, while 15 have been injured. Officials have given this information on Sunday. This incident has happened in the northwestern part of the country. The clash started on Saturday afternoon when people of the Gaidu tribe, living in Teri Megal village of Khurram district, 251 km from the state capital Peshawar, attacked the members of the Pewar clan who were picking firewood in the village, the official said. Shots fired.
Officials said that tension was going on between the two tribes for the last few months over the ownership of the forest in the upper subdivision of Khurram district (Clashes in Pakistan Tribal Area). A police officer said, “Four people died on Saturday while six others died today (Sunday) when the Pewar clan retaliated. The gunmen attacked by hiding in the ditch. During this, heavy weapons and even rocket launchers were used by both sides.
Terrorist attacks often happen
Khurram district in northwestern Pakistan borders neighboring Afghanistan, where the use of guns in crime and terrorist attacks are frequent (Afghan Pakistan Clashes). The official said that the elders of the tribes and government officials are trying to make a settlement between the Gaidu and Pewar clans. Police and paramilitary forces have been sent to the area. Till the time of writing the news, there was a struggle going on between the two tribes. Police sources said that the death toll is likely to rise.
wife and daughters murdered
Crime is increasing rapidly in Pakistan. Last week, a 50-year-old man shot and killed his wife and two daughters in a theft case. The incident took place under the Kalu Khan police station area in Swabi district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of the country. The accused was identified as Jan Bahadur (Shooting Incident in Pakistan). He suspected that his wife and daughters had stolen a newborn baby from the Mardan medical complex.
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