At least one person was killed and two seriously wounded in a firing by unidentified gunmen on Monday in a Pakistani eastern city of Lahore, which has recently seen one the bloodiest wave of violence.
A group of four to five gunmen entered in a century-old Gulab Devi Hospital in Lahore, capital of Punjab province, and opened unsystematic fire, said Sajjad Bhutta, the District Coordinating Officer (DCO), while talking to newsmen. He said according to unproven reports at least three people were wounded in the firing. However, hospital sources confirmed to KUNA that one of the wounded dead and two were critically injured.
It was not right away clear whether it was a terrorist act or an enmity case. However, the DCO said that it appears to be a case of enmity between two rival groups. Lahore has seen one of the bloodiest terrorist incidents newly that led to the killing of about 80 persons, belonging to minority Ahmedi community, and wounded over a hundred others. (end) amn.aj KUNA 141053 Jun 10NNNN