Gilgit - Baltistan

Bank official, another shot dead in Gilgit

GILGIT, March 18: Unidentified gunmen shot dead a senior official of First MicroFinance Bank along with one of his relatives here on Wednesday.

Police said Mr Zaman, a senior official of the bank, accompanied by a relative identified as Rafiq was going home when the gunmen ambushed them in the Napora area. The victims died on the spot.

Deputy Commissioner Gilgit Sardar Saifullah Dogar said police reached the spot and cordoned off the area and launched operation to trace the culprits.

The city police said the bodies were handed over to the legal heirs after postmortem.  Dawn

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  1. Very miserable news indeed! This will shape a very terrible impression of our region ..

    Basit …

  2. I am personally very showked about the tragic demise of one of our devoted and sincere FMFB Family member Mr. Zaman, it is of course an unrepairable loss to The FMFB particular and for the area in general. but at the same time providing us an opportunity to stand on our bank’s mission and vision statement with more didication and allegiance to serve the deprived and needed people of the area.

    What soever the culprits intention behind this bitter crime,it is a loss for all of us.

    May God give his soul internal peace

    Shahid Ali Sakhi
    The FMFB Rawalpindi

  3. We really condemn this brutal murder and there is no doubt that there are certain elements that do not want peace and tranquility in this beautiful part of the country.

    Our sympathy is with family of Mr.Zaman and his colleague. And pray to God that their soul may rest in eternal peace and May God give strength to the bereaved members of the family to bear this irreparable loss.


  4. In the tragic killing of Muhammad Zaman, FMFB has lost a sincere and hardworking employee. Everyone of his colleagues in the Bank was shocked over this dastardly act of bloody violence, they offered prayer for peace of the departed soul and condolences to bereaved family.

    Thanks to all those who have expressed sympathy to colleagues of Zaman.

    Mutabiat, Islamabad

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