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Zain Bugti's cavalcade meets accident, 4 killed

19 January, 2014

JACOBABAD: At least four people were killed and three others wounded in an overnight roadside accident, when some vehicles bumped into each others.

It should be mentioned here that Shah Zain Bugti was en route to Kashmore from Balochistan moments after midnight when some vehicles of his cavalcade collided with each other, police sources said.

According to police sources, Zain Bugti's vehicle remained safe in the accident.

Shah Zain Bugti is the grandson of late Baloch leader Nawab Mohammed Akbar Khan Bugti and provincial chief of Jamhoori Watan Party.

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