OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE A 21-year-old bride suffered critical bullet injury on her first marriage anniversary when her husband opened fire on her over a petty issue, Kot Lakhpat police believed, here on Sunday. As per details, the couple tied knot a year back after they fell in love. The accused Imran, a resident of Icchhra, got his second marriage with one Bushra and started residing in a separate portion located in Awami Colony in Kot Lakhpat area. Reportedly, the couple often indulged in quarrel. On Sunday, the couple again quarrelled, which resulted in such gruesome incident. Apparently it seemed Imran fired one bullet on her leg as a result of which she sustained severe injuries, an on-duty police officer said. According to him the girl was shifted to a nearby hospital while the police after lodging a case against Imran had arrested him. Further investigations are underway. 152 ACCUSED HELD: Satukatla police claimed to have arrested 152 accused involved in dozens of criminal acts in different areas of the City on Sunday. According to a handout issued from the office of DIG (Operations), the accused including 23 drug peddlers, 22 gamblers, 20 anti-social elements including seven females, 17 proclaimed offenders, 15 court absconders, 12 history-sheeter and eight robbers and etc were arrested. Police further claimed to have recovered over 13kg charas, 1kg heroine, 102 bottles of liquor, four rifles, two pump action, 28 pistols, 499 live cartridges, eight mobile phone, motor pumps, cash and gold ornaments from their possession. The accused have also confessed of their involvement in a large number of criminal acts. The DIG has announced cash awards and commendatory certificates for the SHO and police team. TWO KILLED OVER DISPUTE: Two men including a property dealer, in their late 30s, were gunned down over disputes of various natures while another man was crushed to death by a speeding vehicle in different police limits in the provincial capital on Sunday. Police investigators, associated with the case, said a 32-year-old property dealer Khurram Yaseen, resident of 270/E2, Johar Town, was having a dispute with his neighbour Rashid Butt since long. He had established his private office in the same area, where dozens of customers and also accused Rashid and his accomplices used to visit. On late Saturday, Rashid arrived at Khurrams home and urged him to come out and enjoy the company of his friends standing outside the home and also retake his passport. The accused holding pistols and pump action opened indiscriminate fires on Khurram seconds after he appeared at his doorstep, police sources said. Resultantly the victim suffered multiple bullet injuries and was rushed to the Jinnah Hospital where the doctors pronounced him dead owing to excessive bleeding. Police lodged a murder case against the accused with no arrest till filing of this report. Meanwhile, 35-year-old Chaudhry Amanat Ali, father of three, was also shot dead by his rivals in business dispute in Baghbanpura police precincts. Police investigators believed the deceased Amanat Ali, resident of Sirajpura, and his friend Irfan Butt were business partners in cable operating system in the area concerned since long. They, however, established their separate offices after they quarrelled over monetary dispute but the elders from both sides reconciled them, they added. Police said here on Sunday morning, the deceased Amanat Ali was passing through Nazeerabad main bazaar when Afnan alias Judge Butt, brother of Irfan Butt, along with his three unidentified accomplices intercepted him. They opened fires in haste leaving the man in a pool of blood. Seconds after the incident, panic gripped the entire locality while the accused managed to flee from the crime scene, a passerby Saleem Shah said. Later, police shifted the injured to a nearby hospital where he breathed his last. The body was handed over to the heirs of the deceased after necessary medico-legal formalities. Police claimed to have raided the accused home but none of them was arrested. A case has been lodged against the accused. Further investigations were underway. In another incident, a 30-year-old youth Bismillah Khan was crushed to death near Motorway inter-change in Sherakot police area on Sunday. The deceased was crossing the road when a speeding car hit him resultantly Bismillah suffered severe injuries. A Rescue 1122 ambulance shifted him to a hospital but the injured died despite the immediate medical treatment. Later, police registered a case against unidentified driver with no arrest till filing of this report.