MIRPURKHAS: Journalist shot dead

Published November 25, 2007

MIRPURKHAS, Nov 24: Zubair Ahmed Mujahid, a senior journalist and correspondent for a leading Urdu daily, was shot dead by unknown assailants in Satellite Town late on Friday night while he was on his way home.

He was riding a motorbike along with a photo journalist, Wahid Pahalwani, when some unidentified armed men shot at him. He died while he was being moved to the Civil Hospital.

He left behind a widow and four sons.

His body was taken to Jhuddo, his native town, on Saturday.

Police cordoned off the Satellite Town after the shooting.—Correspondent

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