Interrupted: Firing during a local elders' meeting kills 2 children

The elders had gathered to discuss the issue of water shortage in the area.

Web Desk June 27, 2013
The firing took place duing a meeting of local elders. PHOTO: FILE

NANKANA SAHIB: Two children were killed and seven people were injured in a firing incident that took place during a gathering of local elders near Nankana Sahib, Express News reported.

The gathering had been called to discuss issues faced by the people as a result of water shortage in the area.

Every year, thousands of Sikhs pay obeisance at the shrine, where the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev was born in Nakana Sahib.

A day earlier, an attack by unidentified militants on Hayatabad police station left SHO Mera Jan dead and four people injured.


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solomon | 7 years ago | Reply | Recommend

now the last bet of a compulsory international tourist destination is also not safe ... this was the only place left in Pakistan which churns some foreign exchange into the country from the tourist around the world ....Europe, Asia and north america.. and Oceania .!!!!!

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