SHO killed, children injured in Quetta firing

SHO City Mohib Ullah was going to market with his children, when unidentified assailants opened fire and escaped.

Web Desk August 08, 2013
A police party was patrolling the area when unidentified assailants opens fire at police and escapes. PHOTO: FILE

QUETTA: An SHO was killed, while his four children and driver sustained injuries, during a firing incident in Alamu Chowk, Quetta, on Thursday, Express News reported.

SHO City Mohib Ullah was going to the market along with his children, when unidentified assailants, in a car, opened fire at their police mobile and escaped.

SHO sustained serious injuries, while his children and driver were also wounded.

Injured were shifted to Civil Hospital, where SHO succumbed to his injuries.

Police forces were instantly called to the site of the attack, where they cordoned off the area and started a search operation to arrest the attackers.


Parvez | 10 years ago | Reply

@Rabbani: For the record I have 12 people agreeing with me as opposed to your 1.

You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all the time but you can't fool all the people all the time.

bigsaf | 10 years ago | Reply


I'm usually a critic of our security officials too, but, please consider that such generalizations may not be appropriate here. Lets show some rationality, class and compassion and give the killed (if not, martyred), Mohib Ullah, and his now fatherless children who were in the firing line of an ambush by militants, a break.

I'm sure he tried to protect them with his life. Can't be heartless and unfair in criticizing him for rushing them away from danger, no matter how much of a superman the hypocritical self-righteous among us, who've never served a day to tackle militants, believe he should have been to stay and fight.

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