GWADAR: The bullet-riddled body of a man was found in Askani area of Turbat in Kech district on Sunday.

Officials said locals informed the Turbat administration about the presence of the body in Askani area.

On receiving the information, personnel of Levies Force rushed to the area and took the body into custody.

They shifted it to the Turbat Teaching Hospital where the victim was identified as Muhammad Jan, son of Abdul Hakeem.

“The deceased suffered multiple bullet wounds on the upper portion of his body which caused his instant death,” doctors in the hospital informed the Levies Force officials. The cause of the killing was not known. Further investigation into the case was in progress. No one has claimed responsibility for the murder.

Meanwhile, the deputy convener of Turbat Civil Society, Jamil Omer, who had been kidnapped some days along with his friend while coming to Turbat from Koloa area, reached home in injured condition the other day.

Published in Dawn, April 22nd, 2024

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