From Our Correspondent: 

TURBAT: At least five people including four labourers and a policeman were martyred in a firing incident in Turbat city.

Police sources said the terrorist incident happened in the Nasarabad area of Turbat. Police said terrorists opened an indiscriminate firing at the labourers in the wee hours of Tuesday.

The assailants escaped unhurt from the spot. Police reached the spot as an investigation into the incident went underway. Labourers belonged to Muzzafar Garh Punjab.

CM Condemns The Attack

Caretaker Chief Minister Balochistan, Ali Mardan Domki strongly condemned the attack and directed the police to arrest the culprits.

In a condemnation statement, Mr Domki vowed to bring the perpetrators to book. He said the incident was shocking and a brutal act of terrorism.

This incident came more than two weeks after the miscreants opened fire and martyred six labourers in Turbat.

Dead Bodies Dispatched to Muzzafar Garh

The dead bodies of the victims were shifted to the district headquarters hospital Turbat. A large number of senior administration officials reached the hospital and the spot of the incident to probe into the tragic incident.

The dead bodies of the victims were dispatched in special ambulances to their hometowns in Muzzafar Garh.

Daily Quetta Voice will continue to provide you with the latest updates on this tragic incident in District Kech, Balochistan. Your trusted source for breaking news and in-depth coverage.

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  1. You are not showing the date of happening which creates confusion whether its a new happening or the one which happened few days back.

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