Two men shot dead over ‘personal enmity’


Two young men were killed purportedly over personal enmities in separate incidents in the city, police said.According to Pakistan Bazaar police, Hamid Huda, 35, was gunned down in Orangi Town near Disco Morr, Sector 14, while Taha Shahid and his brother, Taimur Shahid, were injured in the incident.The police attributed the attack to personal enmity but did not divulge further information about its exact nature.

The body and injured were shifted to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.In another incident, a 20-year-old man was shot dead by unknown suspects in Gulshan-i-Ghazi near Block-B, Street 8 of Baldia Town.Ittehad Town SHO Ghulam Rasool Arbab said that the victim, Faisal Manzoor, was sitting outside his fiancé’s home when unknown suspects opened fire on him and fled. He suffered critical bullet wounds and was rushed to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, where he died during treatment.The officer said the killers used silencer-fitted pistol as no one heard the gunshot sound.

A woman relative of the victim, who was passing by, noticed that the youth was wounded and bleeding.The SHO said initially, the victim’s relatives tried to give the a colour of robbery as his mobile phone was missing, but several hours later, they revealed enmity as a possible motive behind the murder.

The police officer said that the victim’s fiancé had dissolved their engagement after a year of the relationship which might be linked with the murder.

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