QUETTA, Pakistan — Gunmen on Thursday shot and killed a Pakistani regional political party leader in the city of Quetta, police said, the latest violence in the southwestern province of Baluchistan.
Malik Naveed, 38, and his guard, Mohammad Zareef, 42, died en route to hospital after gunmen riding two motorcycles attacked his car shortly after he had left his home, Superintendent of Police Ashraf Jattak said.
One of Naveed’s relatives, who was with him in the car, was wounded.
Naveed is one of the leaders of the opposition Baluchistan National Party, which advocates for more funds from the province’s rich natural resources to go to the…
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