Indian brothers shot dead by Saudi national
Two Indian expatriate brothers have been shot dead by a Saudi Arabian national following an argument at a workshop in the kingdom`s Taif region.
Dubai: Two Indian expatriate brothers have
been shot dead by a Saudi Arabian national following an
argument at a workshop in the kingdom`s Taif region.
Mohammed Zakhir Ahmad (41) and Ahmad Yasin (46), hailing
from Jaunpur in Uttar Pradesh, died on the spot after being
shot on Wednesday in Sail Al-Sagheer, a town about 200 km from
Jeddah, Indian Consulate General in Jeddah S D Moorthy said.
A third brother escaped unhurt.
The shooting took place at a small workshop where window
grills and iron doors are made, Moorthy was quoted as saying
by the Arab News.
The Saudi national was running a motel in the same town
where the killing took place.
Moorthy said the attacker had given the workshop workers
a job which they were unable to complete on time.
"On the fateful day, the Saudi had confronted them for
not finishing the work as agreed," Moorthy told the newspaper.
The argument led to a brawl and the Saudi took out a gun
from his car and shot both the brothers. He was overpowered by
bystanders and handed over to the police.