Karachi violence claims 15 more lives

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from Frontier Post
Published on 10 Nov 2013 View Original

KARACHI(Web Desk): At least five people were killed in Lyari in short span of one hour, raising the death toll in Karachi violence to 13.

Rescue sources said, in Lyari, two people were shot dead at Tanga stand in Bihar colony. Two bodies with torture marks were found from Mirza Adam Khan road.

Sub Inspector (SI), Ameen, 40, was killed when unknown armed men opened fire on him near Haji Zahoor Hotel in Faqeer Colony within the jurisdiction of Mominabad police station in Orangi Town.

He was targeted while getting his car repaired at a mechanic shop in Faqeer Colony. He suffered one bullet in head. The motive behind the killing could not be ascertained yet.

Jangheer, 30, son of Muhammad Khan, was killed when unknown armed assailants opened fire on him near Fareed Baba shrine within the remit of Manghorpir police station. The body was shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital Karachi for an autopsy.

Police said that the victim was resident of Lyari and had a close relation with gang war people. Police suspected that the reason behind the killing could be personal dispute.

Taj Muhammad, 55, son Muhammad Islam, was beaten to death with a stick in Ansari Mohalla near Khyber Chowk within the remit of Ittehad Town police station in Baldia Town.

Meanwhile, Rizwan Ali, 28, son of Wilayat Ali, was shot at and injured by unknown armed men near old truck stand in Mauripur. The injured was rushed to CHK for treatment.

A 30-year-old, Rahat Gul, son of Ghani Gul, was gunned down by the unidentified armed men near Chashma Pump, Qasba Colony, Orangi Town, within the remit of Peerabad police station.

Separately, the body of unidentified man, aged around 25, was found from Northern Bypass, Surjani Town, within the jurisdiction of Surjani police station. It was shifted to ASH for an autopsy.

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