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Dispute over cutting trees claims six lives in Sukkur

By: Adeel Alvi

SUKKUR: At least six people were killed on Monday when members of two tribes exchanged fire on account of a dispute over cutting trees in neighbourhood of Sukkur, our correspondent reported.

The incident occurred in Union Council (UC) Tamachani of Sukkur district.

Upon being informed, rescue officials reached the incident site and shifted the injured and dead to Civil Hospital.

According to police, the dispute between the two tribes led to a clash in which both sides used heavy and small arms. The exchange of fire left six people dead and a woman wounded.

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