File Photo of Khalid Marri the DSP Police Sibi

Nashad Baloch:

SIBI: In a shocking turn of events, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Khalid Marri fell victim to a fatal shooting in Sibi, Balochistan, on Friday. The incident unfolded at Chainak Chowk, where unknown assailants ambushed Marri, inflicting grave injuries.

Despite swift efforts to transport Marri to the district headquarters hospital for urgent medical attention, the severity of his wounds proved insurmountable, leading to his tragic demise.

Investigation Into The Incident Underway

As the community reels from this devastating loss, law enforcement swiftly mobilized to the scene, initiating a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the attack. Notably, Khalid Marri’s familial ties to Mir Asghar Marri, an independent candidate in Balochistan’s political landscape, have drawn attention to the incident’s broader implications.

In the wake of the shooting, scores of Marri tribesmen converged upon the hospital, demanding justice and urging authorities to swiftly apprehend those responsible for this heinous act. Yet, amidst the grief and outrage, no claim of responsibility has surfaced, leaving the community grappling with unanswered questions and a profound sense of loss.

The Incident Serves As A Stark Reminder Of The Dangers Faced By Police

The untimely demise of DSP Khalid Marri serves as a stark reminder of the dangers faced by those dedicated to upholding the rule of law in Balochistan, and underscores the urgent need for measures to ensure the safety and security of law enforcement personnel operating in the region.

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