3 protesters killed by housing society guards

Our Correspondents

Three protesters were killed and another 10 injured when the security guards of Royal Palm City Housing Society opened fire during a protest demonstration in Gujranwala on Tuesday.

The affectees of the Royal Palm City Housing Society were staging a protest when the guards challenged which led to a clash resulting in the death of three protesters.

The enraged relatives and the neighbours of the deceased protesters marched towards the GT Road and blocked the highway by placing dead bodies on it choking the traffic.
The protesters also ransacked the society office.

Sadar police team could not reach the protest site on time to control the situation.

Meanwhile a man and his two sons were shot dead by unknown assailants in a suburb village Kandukhel of Karak district on Tuesday.

Police said the man named Mujeeb and his two sons, Munib and Rehman Gul were on their way to home when unknown assailants fired them to death. The assailants managed to flee the scene after the killing spree.

Police shifted bodies of the deceased to DHQ Karak said the incident was the result of an old rivalry.

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