Former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Member of Parliamentary Affairs (MPA), Chaudhry Muhammad Adnan, was gunned down by unidentified assailants in Rawalpindi, Daybreak reported quoting Rawalpindi police on Monday.
Based on the report, the chief had contested the final elections from Rawalpindi’s NA-57 and PP-19 constituencies as an Impartial candidate.
Based on a press release from the spokesperson from Rawalpindi Police, the incident occurred within the Civil Traces space in entrance of the town police officer’s (CPO) workplace.
The police spokesperson stated Rawalpindi CPO Syed Khalid Hamdani directed the Potohar SP to arrest the culprits concerned within the incident instantly.
Additional, in line with the assertion, senior law enforcement officials reached the crime scene upon being knowledgeable of the incident, including that proof was additionally being collected and groups have been shaped to nab the suspects.
“Based on the preliminary investigation, the incident appears to be an indication of private enmity,” the assertion stated.
“Investigations are underway from all angles,” it said, including that the culprits can be arrested and introduced in courtroom.
Based on the official portal of the Punjab Meeting, Adnan was the son of Chaudhary Muhammad Jan and was born on February 15, 1976 in Rawalpindi, Daybreak reported.
He graduated from Punjab College and was elected as an MPA in 2018. He went on to serve the nation because the parliamentary secretary for social welfare.
Adnan additionally served as parliamentary secretary for income from 2018-2020.
Based on Daybreak, two PTI employees have been killed and 12 others injured when the police opened hearth throughout a protest demonstration held in Shangla’s district headquarters, Alpuri, final week amid allegations of manipulation within the ballot outcomes.
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