|Posted on 2013-07-12 ( 417 reads )|
Khuzdar :At least three people including a college professor
were killed in three separate incident of firing in Khuzdar and
Mastung areas of Balochistan on Thursday.
According to details Degree Collage Khuzdar teachers,
Professor Abdul Razaq Zehri Baloch and Professor
Abdul Hakeem, were on their way home for iftar
(breaking their fast) after teaching at a tuition
center when two armed motorcyclists opened
fire on them at Chakar Khan Road of Khuzdar town
near the local post office.
Both the professors were seriously wounded and were rushed to District Headquarters
Hospital Khuzdar, where Professor Abdul Razaq Baloch succumbed to injuries. Hospital
sources said that Professor Abdul Hakeem was also in a critical condition.
Apart from teaching at Khuzdar Degree college Professor Razzag Baloch used to teach
at Language centers, coaching and part time tuition to hundreds of Children in Khuzdar city.
In another incident a man identified as Muheem Khan was gunned down in Naal area of Khuzdar district.
The motive behind the killing them could not be known, police official added.
In a separate similar incident a man was killed in Mastung town of Balochistan.
According to police, unidentified armed men opened indiscriminate fire on a shop located on
Chandi Road of Mastung and fled. Resultantly, a man, identified as Ghulam Haider, who was
sitting outside the shop, died instantaneously. Police rushed to the site after the incident and
shifted the body to a local hospital for medico-legal formalities.
Meanwhile a group calling themselves Sindhudesh Cyber Army claimed that they have deleted the
membership record of all registered members/users of Preston University website.
This record constitutes the registration data from 1998 to 2013.
The SCA claimed that the website was hacked to record their protest against the killing
of Professor Razzak Zehri Baloch, adding that, “None of the registered members
of http://preston.edu.pk can sign into their accounts. We have launched this attack
to record our protest against interference and stationing of state forces in academic
institutions of Sindh and murder of Baloch Professor Raziq Baloch by intelligence
agencies in Balochistan.”