Pakistani social media sensation, Qandeel Baloch shot dead by brother in Multan

Qandeel is famous for the bold \'selfies\' and videos posted on her Facebook page which has around 10,000 followers.

Published: 16th July 2016 12:32 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th July 2016 02:36 PM   |  A+A-

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Qandeel Baloch, a Paksitani model, who became the social media sensation after she announced that she will strip if Pakistan beats India in the World T20 match, is dead.

Police sources have said that Qandeel was shot dead by her brother in Multan reported Dawn.com.

Her brother has been absconding ever since the incident happened.

Qandeel is famous for the bold 'selfies' and videos posted on her Facebook page which has around 10,000 followers.

In a recent interview she said, 'Nothing is good in this society. This patriarchal society is bad.'

Reports say, three weeks ago she had written to the interior minister, the director general of the Federal Investigation Authority (FIA) and the senior superintendent of Islamabad seeking security for getting threatening calls.

She also posted on social media, requesting to take action against those who made her identification documents public.

She wrote, 'I need security from you.'

As per reports, she complained that her life is in danger and received threatening calls on her mobile number. She reportedly did not have any security measures installed in her home.

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