Family members protest against murders

Express April 24, 2010


Family members of two bystanders who were killed during a shootout in Gujranwala on Friday, took to the streets on Saturday to protest the murders.

Two rival groups were engaged in a shootout on Friday over a rickshaw stand in the Garjakh police station jurisdiction. Mohsin Ali, a vegetable seller, and 12-year old Adeel fell victim to the firing and died on the spot.

Their families took their bodies to Gondianwala Chowk and prtoested against the murders. They forced a Lahore bound train to stop and pelted stones at it.

Authorities resorted to firing tear gas and using batons to disperse the crowd.


danish | 13 years ago | Reply police must stop such incidents because they are responsible for the protection of the lives of citizens.poor bystanders,who had nothing to do with the incident were also killed..........police must catch the criminals and bring them to justice. Government must compensate the families of the bystanders .
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