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Land dispute claims 11 lives in Sindh

10 February, 2014

KANDHKOT: At least eleven people including women and children were killed after a land dispute between two rival groups in Kandhkot area of Sindh, officials said on Sunday.

According to details, armed men entered the house of the rival group and opened firing, killing eight people on spot.

The deceased include Madad Ali, Shero, Gobang, Imam Baksh, Marhato, Ameera Bibi, Mir Zadi Bibi and Imdad. Later, the armed men escaped from the site.

Soon after knowing the news, the affected clan attacked the motorcycle riders of the rival group and killed three people. The dead include Ayub, Mir Ali and Neematullah.

Tense situation prevailed in the area soon after the incident.

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