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Gulf Today Report
A Pakistani man committed suicide after killing his two mentally and physically disabled daughters in Lahore, Punjab province, police said on Wednesday.
Police officials said the man killed his daughters first and then attempted to end his own life.
He was shifted to a nearby hospital in critical condition, where he died, a police official said, adding the bodies of the deceased girls were also moved to hospital for an autopsy.
Chief Minister Usman Buzdar expressed sorrow over the tragic incident and directed the Capital City Police Office (CCPO) to ensure the incident is investigated from every aspect and submit a report in this regard.
In a separate development, two persons, including a Levies Force officer, were shot dead and another was injured by gunmen in Sui town of Dera Bugti district of Baluchistan province on Wednesday.
Officials said that armed men opened fire on the Levies Force official and his nephew in the main bazaar of Sui when they were passing through the area. As result both of them were killed on the spot and another person was injured. The assailants escaped from the site.
35-year-old Zainul Abdeen had divorced his wife Shahida one and a half years ago but his daughters Mosiba, 5, and Alsiba, 2, were staying with him.
What transpired between the two was witnessed by many and warmed everyone's heart. "There is no bigger happiness than children becoming successful in life," said Sunder. What transpired between the two was witnessed by many and warmed everyone's heart.
Pakistan batsman Asif Ali is expected to leave the tour of England following the death of his daughter, who had been having treatment for cancer in the United States.
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