PESHAWAR: Unknown gunmen on Monday shot dead the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) traffic and his driver in Peshawar’s Faqirabad area in a firing incident.

Sources told Dawn.com that gunmen opened fire on DSP Amanullah Khan and his driver Amjad when they were on their way to office on Faqirabad's Dalazak road.

The deceased were subsequently shifted to Lady Reading Hospital.

Meanwhile, one person was killed in a bomb attack in Peshawar’s Mathra area.

According to police sources, the person was carrying explosive materials intending to plant them somewhere when the blast occurred.

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Rustam
June 24, 2013 12:52 pm

The more you cozy up to the barbarian Talibans the more they become brutal. This cycle of violence has been repeated so often one wonders what PTI and PMLN wants to attain by their dialogue overtures. ANP shown by far the strongest political resistance to them. The form of which PMLN and PTI can only dream of.

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