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Our crime correspondent
Sunday, June 02, 2013
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Rawalpindi

 

Four members of a family — a widow with her two daughters and a son — were murdered in a house at Sadiqabad on property dispute, the police spokesman said.

 

The police said that the bodies were about 4-5 days old, adding, some dead bodies were found slaughtered after they were riddled with bullets. The incident occurred in street No. 2, located in front of police station. The victims were identified as Tahira, 65, (mother), Sajida, 45 and Majida, 32 (daughters) and her 25-year-old son Saleem, police said, adding, Sajida was retiree from PTCL. The Sadiqabad Police recovered the bodies with the help of Rescue 1122 when the people of the locality informed the police about foul stench spread in the area.

 

The police claimed that some land dispute had arisen a few days back between the victims and their relatives and said incident seems to be a murder. The police have started investigation and rounded up some suspects for investigation. Meanwhile, two people were gunned down in Jatli on a land dispute on Saturday, police said.

 

In another incident, at Pind Sultani located in the jurisdiction of Bosal Police Station one person was killed on land dispute, the victim was identified as Wadood Mustafain, former candidate for provincial assembly from JUI.