At least eight people were killed and several others injured in a clash between rival tribes in Lower Kurram

The bodies and injured have been shifted to Para Chinar District Hospital, police said

Parachinar: Eight people were killed and nine others injured in a clash between two tribes over a property dispute in Lower Kurram.

According to Express News, six people were killed on the spot while 11 others were injured in an exchange of fire between Sher Jan Clay and former Clay tribes in Mahora area of ​​Kurram District, which was merged with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The injured were shifted to a nearby hospital where two more died during treatment. The condition of some of the injured is critical, which may lead to an increase in casualties.

Police say a property dispute between Sher Jan Clay and the former Clay tribes had been raging for some time. The two sides clashed on Thursday morning. He fired indiscriminately on the other. Tensions remain high in the region.

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