A Young Man, Was Shot Dead in Sindhian Area of ​​Union Council Darya Gali – Murree

A Young Man, Was Shot Dead in Sindhian Area of ​​Union Council Darya Gali – Murree

A Young Man, Was Shot Dead in Sindhian Area of ​​Union Council Darya Gali – Murree

Aqil Zahoor Abbasi, a young man, was shot dead in Sindhian area of ​​Union Council Darya Gali recently. The body of the deceased was placed in Kaldana Chowk in protest. ASP Murree Waqas Khan will reach Kaldana Chowk as soon as the protest is reported with long queues of vehicles on all sides and after long talks with Aqil Abbasi’s family, Kaldana Chowk was opened for traffic. A youth named Jamal had opened fire on a bitter speech in Sindhiyan area of ​​Council Darya Gali and seriously injured four persons who were shifted to Tehsil Headquarters Hospital Murree and Rawalpindi where Aqil Walid Zahoor succumbed to his injuries on Saturday.

He succumbed to his injuries at the hospital. The body was kept at Kaldana Chowk adjacent to Murree police station. The killers were arrested and the FIR was not registered by the opponents. ASP Murree Waqas Khan rushed to the spot on the report of the protest and started talks with the relatives of the slain. Talks were held with the membership committee at Murree police station and all possible assistance was given to the relatives of the deceased Assured cooperation that the police will arrest the accused, including taking strict action against the accused, after which the protesters ended the protest by 10:00 am on 14 June 2020, after which the family members took away the body.

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