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Armed Clash Leaves One Dead in Thatta

By : Kamran Khamsio Khowaja
THATTA: An armed clash between two rival groups of the Khushik community left one dead near Gale- Mori area of district Thatta here on Monday, the deceased was identified as Ghulam Rasool Kaushik. The Gale-Mori area became a battlefield following the clash as the firing continued for hours.
Fear reigned supreme till the arrival of a strong contingent of area police that managed to defuse the tension and shifted the body to a nearby government health facility for post-mortem from where it was handed over to the heirs. The Doctor who performed postmortem said that the deceased sustained critical bullet wounds in the abdomen and died due to excessive bleeding.
According to area Police the two groups were at loggerheads over a property dispute for a long time and few violent clashes had taken place between the two groups in the past as well.
The area SHO when contacted told that a strong contingent of police had been deployed in the troubled area to deter any flare-up. However, the FIR of the incident could not be registered till the filing of this report.
According to reports, an attempt to sexually assault a minor girl was foiled by people in a locality near Jati town of district Sujawal here on Monday.
An unidentified man was trying to molest a minor girl when people spotted him after the girl raised a hue and cry. He managed to flee from there when he saw people running towards him. The Jati police have registered an FIR on the complaint of the girl,s father.

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