NAUNDERO: Unknown armed men killed PPP Youth wing activist and injured his friend in Gharibabad locality here late last night. Munawar Ali, son of Anwar Ali Mirani, went in a car to see his friend Sajid Khuhro in the said locality along with his friend Ameet Kumar. As soon as he stepped down, armed men started firing in which Munawar and Sajid were critically injured.
Both of them were rushed to Chandka Medical College Hospital Larkana, but Munawar alias Muno Mirani, died on the way before reaching the hospital due to excessive bleeding.
Sajid was admitted to the hospital for treatment. Postmortem of the deceased was conducted at Naundero Hospital and body was handed over to the heirs.
On Monday morning the heirs & relatives of the deceased staged a sit-in, held protest demonstration and chanted slogans by keeping his body at railway station roundabout due to which traffic on Sukkur-Larkana road came to standstill on both sides of the busy road.
The protest continued for two hours as it was started at 10 am and continued up to 12 pm. The protest was also joined by the entire body of Pakistan People’s Party, Naundero Chapter.
SHO Naundero Muhammad Mangrio arrived on the spot and tried to persuade the protesters but failed as they started chanting slogans against him saying ‘go Mangrio go’.
Khalid Memon told PPI that they have informed about the prevailing law & order situation to MNA Faryal Talpur, specially after posting of SHO Mangrio.
Father of the deceased Anwar Mirani said that Naundero police had done nothing as yet to arrest the accused involved in the murder of his son and demanded justice.
DSP Headquarter Yar Muhammad Rind arrived on the spot and informed the agitating people that police had conducted a raid in village Sanwal Jarwar and arrested police constable Mehmood Jarwar who has told them that he fired shots to kill Saeed Channo on the pretext of honour killing and he has committed crime mistakenly. No FIR was registered till filing of this report.
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