Greater Manchester businessman feared 'murder bid'

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    The wife of a Greater Manchester businessman who was shot dead in Pakistan, has said he feared he would be killed.

    Tariq Hafeez, 44, from Prestwich, was killed as he left Lahore Airport on 6 May. His wife Samreen said she believed he had been targeted previously.

    "My husband told me many times, 'someone is out to kill me'," she said.

    The father-of-six's body was flown back on Thursday. Rochdale Coroner's Court is making inquiries about the case.

    Mrs Hafeez, who flew out to Lahore to meet with Pakistani authorities about her husband's death, said: "I used to cry, I never asked who wanted to kill him.

    "He used to say, 'I wonder if I will come back from Pakistan or not'."

    The businessman, who ran a textiles import export company, had been on a business trip in the country.

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    Forget foreigners even non resident pakistanis feared to go to there beloved pakland. today only a Saudi embassy official shot dead in Karachi in retaliation of Tere bin laden
     

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