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Pakistan: BNP-M leader gunned down in Quetta
BNP-M Leader Killed
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Pakistan: BNP-M leader gunned down in Quetta

| @indiablooms | 11 May 2022, 04:19 pm

Quetta, Pakistan: Unidentified attackers gunned down Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) leader Saeed Ahmed Baloch in Qambrani Road area of Pakistan's Quetta city on Monday, media reports said.

The slain leader was the younger brother of BNP-M’s central labour secretary Musa Baloch.

According to sources in the BNP-M, Saeed was passing through the Qambrani area when armed men opened fire on him. BNP-M district president Ghulam Nabi Marri said Saeed received multiple bullet injuries and died on the spot, reports The Dawn.

Police rushed to the spot and shifted the body to hospital.

Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo has taken notice of the incident and sought a report from the inspector general of Balochistan, reports The Dawn.

BNP-M chief Sardar Akhtar Jan Mangal condemned the killing of the leader.

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