Six more people have been killed in the latest round of violence to affect Balochistan. -File Photo

QUETTA: Six people have been killed in fresh acts of violence in Balochistan, DawnNews reported. In the latest incidents three people were killed in Kuli Ismail and Burvari road, after being shot by unknown gunmen riding a motorcycle.

In another incident on Jail road, two police officials were killed after being shot by unknown gunmen riding a motorcycle.

The gunmen had opened fire on the police van which killed one police official on the spot and critically wounded his companion. The injured man was taken to hospital and later succumbed to his wounds, reports said. Both the men were off duty when they had been shot after Taraweeh prayers.

Another person was also killed in a shooting incident in Quetta.

 

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