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Gulf Today Report
A man allegedly killed his wife and two married daughters in Pakistani city of Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province (KP), a police official said.
Mahmood Khan, son of the accused, told Swabi police that he was at home when his father and his brother-in-law barged into their house and opened fire indiscriminately on his mother and two sisters.
He said that the three women were killed on the spot.
Narrating the ordeal, Mahmood recalled that his mother and sister had allegedly stolen a newborn child from the Mardan Medical Complex in Mardan, KP province, over a month ago.
The two women, he said, had spent over a month in jail on charges of lifting the baby as the police recovered the child from their house in a raid.
The women were released from jail a week ago.
This had angered his father Jahan Bahadur, who allegedly took the extreme step by killing his wife and daughters.
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The first information report was registered at the Kalu Khan Police Station, Swabi, against the two accused.
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