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Masood Usmani, Sunni Ulema Council Leader, Assassinated In Islamabad

Masood Usmani, Sunni Ulema Council Leader, Assassinated In Islamabad

In a tragic incident on Friday evening, Maulana Masood ur Rehman Usmani, the leader of the Sunni Ulema Council (SUC), was fatally shot by unidentified assailants in Islamabad. According to the police, the attackers targeted the vehicle of Masood Usmani, who held the position of Deputy General Secretary within the Sunni Ulema Council.

The assailants, armed and unidentified, opened fire on Masood Usmani’s vehicle, prompting a swift emergency response. Following the attack, Masood Usmani was immediately rushed to a hospital, but sadly, the medical professionals pronounced him dead upon arrival.

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Upon learning of the incident, law enforcement personnel promptly arrived at the crime scene and cordoned off the area, initiating an immediate investigation into the assassination. The police are committed to apprehending the suspects responsible for this heinous act.

The circumstances surrounding the attack and the possible motives behind Maulana Masood ur Rehman Usmani’s targeted killing are yet to be disclosed as the investigation unfolds. This tragic incident has raised concerns and underscores the need for a thorough examination to bring the perpetrators to justice.

The Sunni Ulema Council, a religious organization in Pakistan, has suffered a significant blow with the loss of its leader, Masood Usmani. The untimely demise of a prominent figure within the council has sent shockwaves through the community, and the authorities are working diligently to unravel the details surrounding this act of violence.

As the investigation progresses, the law enforcement agencies are dedicated to uncovering the truth and ensuring accountability for those responsible for this senseless act. The loss of Maulana Masood ur Rehman Usmani is not only a tragedy for the Sunni Ulema Council but also a concerning event that highlights the challenges associated with ensuring the safety and security of religious leaders in the region.