LAHORE - Dead body of a 70-year-old advocate who was strangulated by unknown executioners found in Satukatla police precincts, the police revealed on Sunday. The deceased, later, was identified as Barjees Nagi, R/O J-Block (544), Johar Town, who had been living alone in his home since long as his daughter and a son was told to be settled abroad. The police investigators said Sarjees Nagi, brother of the deceased, came to meet his brother (Barjees) but found locked-door from inside. He jumped over the wall and found the body of his brother while the luggage was scattered in the room. The police further said apparently it was a robbery-cum-murder as a car and other valuables were robbed from the home. The police registered a murder case against unknown killers. Further investigations were underway. Two persons crushed to death At least two people including a young girl were crushed to death in separate road accidents in different localities of the City on Sunday. The police inquiries revealed that a 22-year-old Mazhar, resident of Icchra, was on his bike when a speedy car hit him badly near Allauddin Road in Sarwar Road police area. Resultantly, he sustained severe injuries. The locals, though, rushed the injured to a nearby hospital but the doctors pronounced him dead. The driver of the car, however, managed to flee from the scene along with his car. The police, later, handed over the body to his heirs with no arrest till filing of the report. Meanwhile, 16-year-old young girl, Aqsa, was also crushed to death by a speedy car in Muslim Town police area while crossing the road on Sunday. Aqsa also received serious wounds and succumbed to death when the people gathered on the spot and rushed her to a nearby hospital. Action directed against unregistered security companies Capital City Police Officer, Pervez Rathore has ordered that strict legal action would be taken against unregistered private security companies as no such security agency was above the law. He directed all Divisional SPs to verify the authenticity of various security agencies operating in their areas. The CCPO further said that private security agencies should appoint security guards in accordance with rules and regulations of the government due to its sensitivity. He ordered that all private guards, who have been deputed without regulation and verification, must immediately undergo the legal process, because, in the past, many private guards have committed acts of crime after having been inducted in private security agencies by showing fake ID cards and pass books. According to facts and figures, from 2007 to 2009, a total number of 44 cases have been registered against 61 security guards of private security agencies in various categories which include: 11 cases in Sadar Division, six in Iqbal Town Division, seven in City Division, eight in Model Town Division, seven in Cantt Division and five cases were registered in Civil Lines Division. The private security agencies against whose security guards various cases have been registered include 10 cases against Private Guards company, 4 against Ghazi Company, 3 against Saadat Company, 2 against Bold Company, 2 against Guards of DHA Company, 2 cases against Private Security Company, 2 cases against guards of Private Premier Bus Service Guards and 1 case each against guard of Satluj Security Company, Progressive Security Systems, Eden Company, Al-Hamid Security Company, Agha Security Company, National Foundation Company and Arval Security Company.