SWABI: A teenage boy was stabbed to death over a cricket match dispute in Jalbai village of Swabi here on Friday, the police said.

They said that Afsar Ali, while registering an FIR with the Tordher police station, said that he was going back home from work along with his 17-year-old son, Kaleemullah Khan.

He said when they reached Mohallah Awan, Zahid Khan and Anis Khan, who were already there, suddenly attacked Kaleemullah.

He said that Anis stabbed his son with a knife, leaving him seriously injured.

The complainant said that the injured was taken to Tehsil Headquarters Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.

The police said that the accused and the victim had a clash over a cricket match. The police registered an FIR against the accused and started further investigations.

Meanwhile, a teenage boy, Sufian Khan, was killed when two motorcycles collided with each other on the Swabi-Jehangira Road on Friday.

The body was taken to Bacha Khan Teaching Hospital for autopsy.

Published in Dawn, March 2nd, 2024

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