|Six killed in Mardan over second marriage|
02 July 2012
MARDAN: Six persons of a family including an infant were killed over a second marriage issue in Mardan on Monday, Geo News reported.
According to police, man named Sajjad Khan had married another woman five months ago that infuriated his first wife.
The angry relatives of the first wife attacked Sajjad’s house and opened fire indiscriminately that killed six persons including his second wife, parents, siblings, and a one-year old niece on the spot. Three others were also wounded in the incident.
Sajjad Khan, who is a constable in Frontier Corps (FC), was not home at the time of attack.
The police has lodged a case against nine persons, but no arrest has been made so far.
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