QUETTA -- Six Pakistani Shia, including four women, were gunned down in Balochistan and Punjab October 4, media reported.
Gunmen in Quetta, Balochistan, boarded a bus and fatally shot four Hazara Shia women, provincial government spokesman Anwarul Haq Kakar said, according to Dawn.
Meanwhile in Rawalpindi, gunmen fatally shot two Shia men on October 4, The Nation reported. The men were going to an imambargah to mark Muharram.
Meanwhile, Karachi police October 5 seized an arms cache including rocket launchers and anti-aircraft guns, Dunya TV reported.
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