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Home Media Reports 2005 Mong attack Six killed …
Six killed in Mandi Bahauddin firing
The News - Internet Edition
Friday October 07, 2005 — Ramazan 02, 1426 A.H.
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Mandi Bahauddin toll climbs to 8
(Updated at 1030 PST)
MANDI BAHAUDDIN: The toll of Mnadi Bahauddin incident climbed to 8 whereas 13 people were injured in the incident.

The deceased included two real brothers Raja Muhammad Ashraf, Raja Abid and their other family members Raja Muhammad Altaf, Raja Abdul Majeed and Raja Lahrasab.

Names of those received injuries in the incident are Capt Ayub, Muhammad Sajid, Muhammad Adnan, Shariq Ahmad, Zameer, Umair, Farooq, Farooq Ahmad, Irfan, Ashraf, Mahmood Shah, Ashraf, Mahmood Waheed, Abid and Hareer.

Bodies and injured were rushed to hospitals in Kharian and Lahore.

District police sources said that no one claimed responsibility of the attack and search for culprits underway.

Security has beefed up at religious places country wide following the incident. Strict security measures also directed for Jummah prayer congregations.

Six killed in Mandi Bahauddin firing
(Updated at 0810 PST)
LAHORE: At least six persons were killed and 15 others wounded in Mandi Bahauddin here, police said Friday.

Police said some Qadianis were praying in a house in Mong Town when two motorcyclists opened firing leaving six dead and 15 seriously wounded.

The injured persons were rushed to hospital. Police have cordoned the area.
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