quetta - At least six people were killed in two separate incidents of firing in Bolan and Naseerabad districts on Thursday. According to Levies officials, four people were killed and several others wounded in an armed clash between Hafeeri and Korani tribes at Qazi Waga in Bolan.
Following the incident, law enforcement agencies rushed to the site, cordoned off the area and shifted the dead and injured to a hospital. Motive behind the clash is yet to be known.
In another incident, unidentified armed men opened fire on Abdul Ghani and Ali, killing them on the spot in Chatar area, Naseerabad district. The assailants managed to flee from the scene after committing the crime. Motive behind the killing is said to be old enmity.
Meanwhile, at least eight people including Levies personnel, women and a child received injuries in three different landmine blasts in Dera Bugti.
District Police Officer Bahsir Ahmed Asar confirmed the blasts and said that at least eight people including two Balochistan Levies personnel, three women and a child received serious wounds.
In the first incident, Levies personnel Sher Khan and Khan Muhammad were on their way when their motorbike rolled on a landmine in Pelough area. As a result, three people including a passer-by sustained serious wounds.
The injured were referred to a nearby hospital. Separately, three women and a child received injures in another landmine blast in Pelough area. The victims were on their way when one of them suddenly stepped on a landmine which went off. Consequently, three women and a child were seriously injured.
Moreover, a man was injured in the third landmine blast in Shahmas Sar area. The victim was identified as Abdullah.