ISLAMABAD, June 1 (KUNA) -- Unknown suspects Monday night killed a
provincial leader of Pakistan's main opposition party in a Southwestern city
of Baluchistan province, Pakistan's largest but least developed of the four
provinces, said police.
Naeem Kashmiri was traveling in his private vehicle when unknown armed
motorcyclists with their faces covered gunned him down on Jinnah Road in
Quetta, the provincial capital, police sources told KUNA.
Kashmiri was provincial leader of Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N), the
countrys main opposition party of the National Assembly and ruling party of
eastern Punjab province.
Though no group has claimed responsibility for the attack but Police blamed
nationalist militants behind the killing. It said that a case has been filed
against unknown militants. (end)
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