Pakistan

2 policemen martyred after cars collide in banned outfit’s Lahore rally

LAHORE: Two policemen were martyred after cars collided during a protest by a banned outfit in the Punjab capital, a police spokesperson said on Friday.

According to the spokesperson, the policemen were injured after the cars collided near District Court in Lahore. Following the accident, they were rushed to a hospital, but they succumbed to their wounds.

The martyred policemen were identified as Ayub and Khalid, stationed at Gawalmandi and Mayo Garden police stations, respectively, the spokesperson said.

Moreover, a clash took place between police and workers of the banned outfit near MAO College, where 10 personnel, including the station house officer (SHO), were injured.

They were later shifted to a nearby hospital, the spokesperson said.

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