At about 8 pm, the miscreant opened fire at the victim, later identified as Sibaram Patra, in front of Kakudikhai Temple.
A member of Myanmar Rescue Organization Pathein who requested anonymity said they found eight bodies on Sunday and all were from the Rohingya minority.
A police source said that of the injured people, three are severely injured and the rest of them are out of danger.
A 44-year-old woman died in a road accident after the motorcycle she was riding pillion collided with a bus at Ettamkallu near Aruvikkara on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, a video showing Arumugam battling for life went viral on social media.
Even as it drizzled on Wednesday morning, the rescue operation at stone quarry in Adaimithipankulam continued for the fourth consecutive day.
Punjab Chief Minster Bhagwant Mann has also condemned the incident and urged the external affairs minister to speak to Pakistan.
The council statement reiterated "that journalists should be protected as civilians" and also condemned the injury to Abu Akleh's colleague.
In a noble gesture, family members of a police constable who was declared brain-dead after he had met with an accident, donated his vital organs to save many other lives on Wednesday.
Abu Akleh was shot and killed early on Wednesday in the northern West Bank town of Jenin.
The families protested near the hospital demanding action against the hospital administration.
The deceased has been identified as Rantu Mahato, a BJP booth committee president. Five people were arrested within hours of the incident, police said.
Sahani Jhara (30) of Kuanrmunda block was admitted to the hospital on May 4 after his right leg was fractured.
A staff nurse died and her colleague sustained major injuries when a car hit their scooter near Gachibowli Stadium here on Saturday.
A 41-year-old man was found dead under mysterious circumstances in the agricultural fields near the Excise and Prohibition office in Nandigama town on Friday evening.