Pakistan Tribal Feud: Tribal feud over coal mine dispute in Pakistan, 16 people died

Pakistan tribal feud

Pakistan Tribal Feud: In Kohat, Pakistan, a case of tribal conflict has come to the fore regarding the coal mine dispute. According to the information, 16 people have died in the tribal conflict. According to Pakistani media reports, at least 16 people were killed in violent clashes between two tribes on Monday over a coal mine demarcation dispute at Darra Adamkhel Kohat.

It is being told that there was a clash between Sunikhel and Akhorwal in the dispute regarding the delimitation of coal mines, in which 14 people died on the spot. According to Kohat police spokesperson, it is a case of dispute between two tribes. Both the tribes are part of the hill community of Bulandry, which turned violent when they encountered each other in the disputed mountain range.

14 people died on the spot, two died in the hospital

According to Pakistani media reports, the injured were taken to a nearby hospital, where two more people succumbed to their injuries. An FIR has been registered in Dara Adamkhel police station against the people involved in the assault.

Significantly, there was a long-standing dispute between the Sunikhel and Akhorwal nations regarding the demarcation of the Bulandari hill and a jirga was taking place between the two tribes. However, the obstinate nature of the local people on both sides resulted in a tragic incident and heavy casualties on both sides.

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The police reached the spot and took the situation under control. He said that this is a long-standing dispute between the two tribes. The bodies and the injured were taken to hospitals in Peshawar.

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