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A Pakistani man gunned down six of his daughters on suspicion that two of them were in relationships with older boys in the neighborhood.

Arif Mubashir, 40, shot the teen-aged girls after his son told him that they were dating boys who attend a nearby college in Faisalabad.

Mushabir unregrettably admitted to police that he had killed his daughters because they were both “without honour.”

The father said he shot the other daughters, because they “sided with each other.”

Police took Mushabir into custudy, and filed a case against him, according to The Express Tribune.

He does not regret what he did. He boasted that he would do it all over again if he had to,” Police Inspector Javed Sial told reporters.

Read more at Tribune.pk

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