Two opposition activists killed in NW Pakistan

Two workers of the opposition PML-Q party were killed by suspected militants in Shangla district in northwest Pakistan, police said.

Islamabad: Two workers of the opposition
PML-Q party were killed by suspected militants in Shangla
district in northwest Pakistan on Wednesday, police said.

One of the PML-Q workers was killed at Martong village
in Shangla district, which is part of the restive Swat valley.

Another PML-Q worker was killed at Kabul Raang.
No group claimed responsibility for the killings.

Traders and shopkeepers closed their establishments to
protest the killings and demanded the arrest of the killers.

PTI

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