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Pakistan: Sindh witnesses protest over killing of youth
Balal Kaka

Pakistan: Sindh witnesses protest over killing of youth

| @indiablooms | 15 Jul 2022, 04:29 pm

Islamabad:  Demonstrations took place in parts of Pakistan’s Sindh province over the recent death of Sindhi youth Balal Kaka in  Qasimabad, media reports said.

Hotel owners allegedly shot dead Bilal Kaka and injured his two friends after a dispute over a food bill at the Super Salateen Hotel near Wadhu Wah – one of the most popular areas in Hyderabad, reports Daily Pakistan.

The groups were reportedly armed with weapons and rods while law enforcers, who were patrolling in the area, failed to intervene to contain the situation.

Later, Bilal’s body and the injured were shifted to the hospital where a large number of people gathered and protested over the killing.

Cops also detained hotel owner Sharif Baba while others are still at large. The heirs of the slain held a sit-in at the Hyderabad bypass with his dead body.

Senior police official visited protesters while the team of police mobile, which was present at the spot, suspended and departmental action would be taken against them after a detailed probe, the newspaper reported.

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