Killing fields: SP CID killed in Quetta

SP Shahnawaz Khan was strolling near his house when unidentified men on motorcycles opened fire and killed him.


Web Desk May 08, 2012

QUETTA: Superintendent of Police Crime Investigation Department (CID) Shahnawaz Khan succumbed to bullet wounds sustained in a targeted attack by unidentified men on Tuesday in the Satellite Town area of Quetta, Express News reported.

According to police officials, Khan was strolling near his house when unidentified men on two motorcycles opened fire on him, killing him instantly.

Previous reports stated that he was wounded severely and was shifted to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

The police and Frontier Corps (FC) surrounded the area and have begun a search for the assailants.

"He traced important cases and had received multiple threats from criminals in this regard," said a police source.

The police have constituted teams for conducting investigations.

Recently, a convoy of the Frontier Corps (FC) was targeted in a blast on Saryab Road in Quetta, killing two people and injuring 16 others.

Members of the Hazara community, United Nations (UN) workers and security personnel have also been targeted and killed in different incidents in Balochistan where the security situation is yet to be brought under control.

Many citizens abducted from different areas of the province also remain missing.

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AllahRukha | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend

Was he killed by the so called University Students?

Rest in peace.

Pakistani | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend

NOw where r those pathetic commentators who shed crocodile tears when security forces kill insugents???blame this incident on ISI also?? "Many citizens abducted from different areas of the province also remain missing" IM sure these GANGS OR WAR LORD acca SARDARS are abducting ppl and than putting blame on ISI to grab more dollars from America and India.SHame on U WAR LORD and all those who blame ISI without any proof

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