Sunday, 25 July 2010

NP Leader Khalid Langov’s Younger Brother Killed in Kalat

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Occupied Balochistan,QUETTA: A younger brother of Mir Khalid Langove, a central leader of the National Party, was killed and three other members of the Langove tribe were injured in a deadly attack on the van of the Mir Khalid Langove on Saturday evening.According to the details,Mir Khalid Langove and his younger brother were returning to Quetta after offering Fateha at the residence of Mir Najeeb Langove when they were attacked. Multiple bullets hit the car of Mr. Khalid but he remained safe. However, his younger brother Mir Ziab Langove was killed after several shots hit him.


” I am clueless about the murders,” said Khalid Langove, ” I have no enmity with anyone. I can only wait and pray to God to bring the perpetrators to justice on the Day of Judgment.”

Mir Zaib Lango was traveling along his brother in a convoy of cars along with his security guards while heading towards Quetta when unidentified armed men ridding on a motorbike in Kili Darakzai area of Manguchar ambushed and opened fire on them.As result of firing, four of them sustained multiple bullet wounds. The attackers managed to flee from the spot. The injured were taken to Quetta for treatment while Zaib Langove succumbed to his injuries on his way to hospital. It is believed Mr. Khalid Langove was the main target of the attack which he luckily survived.

Senior administration officials and notables rushed to the spot where the incident took place. Officials started the investigations and so far no one had claimed the responsibility for the deadly attack on Mir Zaib Lango lost his life.Mir Khalid Langove, the brother of the diseased, is a prominent leader of the National Party, a central leader of which, Mir Maula Baksh Dashti, was killed in Turbat two weeks ago.The National Party has strongly condemned the killing of its leaders’ younger brother. The party has given the call for a complete shutter down strike on Sunday.

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