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Qandeel Baloch Killed by Brother In Multan | Shocking News


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Controversial and Hot Pakistani model Qandeel Baloch, famed for her seductive photos and videos in a conservative nation like Pakistan, was killed by her brother “to protect the family honour”, police said on Saturday morning with his Gun.

Baloch had earlier sought security, claiming she was receiving death threats. “I know I will not be provided security and I am not feeling secured here (in Pakistan), so I have decided to move abroad with my parents after Eid-ul Fitr,” she said later.

Qandeel’s brother had been threatening her over her Facebook posts and videos, said the police. The brother fled after killing Qandeel, whose real name is Fauzia Azeem.

Earlier, TV channels reported that Qandeel was shot by her brother. Police are now saying she was “strangled to death” at her Multan residence.

Here’s her message on her popular Facebook account on July 4 where she wrote about “changing the typical orthodox mindset of people who don’t wanna come out of their shells of false politics and old performs.

Qandeel started her career with modelling. She is being a self-confident and fashion model. She has also showcased her talent in singing as well. She has appeared in almost all morning shows, where she was not only revealed to the audience as a fantastic fashion and a talented actress.


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