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Five arrested in Pak judge’s murder case

Five suspects have been arrested for the murder of an anti-terrorism court judge and their family members in North West Pakistan. Police said an anti-terrorism court judge Aftab Afridi’s car was attacked by unidentified gunmen on Sunday when he was on his way to Islamabad from the Swat Valley. Afridi, his wife, daughter-in-law and two-year-old grandson died in the attack.

District police officer Mohammad Shouib said that the joint operation team conducted an operation in Peshawar and Khyber areas and apprehended five suspects and seized two vehicles. The DPO said that 10 suspects have been named in the FIR lodged by Majeed, Afridi, son of the deceased judge, including the Supreme Court Bar ASO. The chairman of the party is Abdul Latif Afridi.

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