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Latest Footage of Sahiwal Incident Surfaces on Social Media

Officials officers of the department Punjab police counter-terrorism CTD sprayed the car with bullets on Saturday resulting in killing 4 persons including a couple, their daughter and a friend.

Punjab police named this incident as an official intelligence-based operation against suspected terrorists, but the children are telling the other phase of story i.e. they are traveling to Burewala to Lahore to attend a family wedding.


According to the identification the passengers came out as Khalil with his wife name Nabeela, traveling along with their four children Areeba, Umair, Muniba, Hadia, and their driver Zeeshan was on board when the incident took place near Sahiwal toll plaza motorway.


According to the latest news, the couple Khalil and Nabeela age 40, their teenage daughter Areeba age 13 and the driver Zeeshan are no more with us. While their son Umair got bullet wounds and his sister Muniba’s hand was injured with the broken glass of the car. The only person, their daughter Hadia got safe in this incident.


The latest video viral on social media shows that the police mobile is standing at a distance from the vehicle. The video further shows that the children were taken out of the car then the official officer spotted near the car opened the fire resulting in the death of four.

You can see the video here


CTD official officers kept changing their statements again n again. The first statement stated them the child kidnappers and then calling them the terrorist.

CTD also claimed that the family opened the fire on police which affected another vehicle as well as a motorcycle on the road

The CTD POLICE also claimed the three were suspected as terrorist and they tried to escape and many more lame statements.

YouTube video
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Noor Mani is senior tech correspondent and renowned professional writer from Pakistani local Newspaper Weekly Multan. She is a P.E.C accredited Electronics Engineer and has wide vision over technology and local media industry scope. She is now a Managing Editor at Web.PK. You can email her at noor @

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