Targeted: Three brothers attacked in Hyd

Hadi Mughal Ex ISF Office Bearer Hyderabad District, Recently joined Army martyred in Hyderabad Shooting.#RIP

PTI Senior Leader Faisal Mughal Admitted in Karachi Hospital

HYDERABAD: Unidentified assailants forced their way into a house in Journalists Colony, located near the Hyderabad Central Jail, and opened fire at the occupants who were seated in the lounge at the time.

The attack was carried out on Tuesday morning by two to three assailants. They barged into the house and opened fire at the three brothers, identified as Abdul Hadi, Faisal Mughal and Hasnain, who were present in the lounge at the time.

Hadi, who succumbed to his wounds during treatment, was a second lieutenant in Pakistan Army. Of other two injured, Faisal, who is a lawyer by profession and the Paksitan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s vice-chairperson for Hyderabad, was shifted to Karachi in critical condition. Hasnain, who is also a lawyer, is undergoing treatment at the Civil Hospital, Hyderabad.

The victims’ brother, Babar Mughal, told Daily Sitara Sindh News that the family has no personal enmity with anyone and had not received any threats recently. Their father, Ghulam Nabi Mughal, was a chief engineer in the irrigation department.

Baldia Police Station SHO Zafar Wako said that the police have inspected the crime scene and have found several empty shells of 9mm pistols from the site. He added that the incident was not a robbery as nothing was missing from the house. Police have, however, been unable to ascertain the motive behind the attack.


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