Head of Balochistan environment tribunal shot dead in Quetta

Advocate Sakhi Sultan was killed in the Jinnah Town area of the city.


Web Desk June 20, 2014
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QUETTA: Unidentified men shot the head of Balochistan environment tribunal dead in Quetta, Express News reported on Friday.

Advocate Sakhi Sultan was killed in the Jinnah Town area of the city.

According to the police, the assailants came on a motorbike, entered Sultan's office and started spraying him with bullets. The advocated died on the spot.

The police reached the site and shifted the body to a local hospital.

After receiving information about the killing, a high number of lawyers reached the hospital.

Organisations of lawyers have announced three days of mourning against the killing.

They have also announced a judicial boycott till June 24.

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