A BRIT teenager has allegedly been murdered while on holiday with his mum in Pakistan.

Adil Khan, 14, was shot dead, according to reports.

Ben Lack

Adil Khan, 14, has reportedly been killed in Pakistan[/caption]

The youngster, from Bradford, West Yorkshire, was travelling with his mum when he was killed, it is alleged.

His death was shared by bereavement notification service Janaza Announcements.

A post said: “A 14-year-old boy has been murdered In Pakistan while on holiday. Adil Khan, age 14 has sadly passed away.”

A Foreign Office spokesman told The Sun: “We are supporting the family of a British child who has died in Pakistan.”

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The nature of Adil’s death has not yet been confirmed but he was reportedly murdered.

News of Adil’s shocking death prompted an outpouring of grief.

Maria Khan said: “My deepest condolences to all the family an innocent child’s been taken away from his family especially from his mother.

“Severe punishment to who ever is responsible for this cruel and awful thing to do.”


Bee Khan added: “Being a mother myself, I can’t believe I’m actually reading this it’s so tragic.”

Qasum Siddique commented: “How has such an innocent young boy been murdered and for what reason.

“He’s only 14, what is going on in this world.”

It comes after British law graduate Mayra Zulfiqar was shot dead in Pakistan after turning down two proposals.

The 26-year-old was found dead in a pool of blood in her Lahore apartment on May 3 last year.

She had been strangled and shot in the shoulder and neck.

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He is understood to have been in a relationship with the former University of West London student.