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4 killed in fresh spate of violence in Karachi

15 May, 2013

KARACHI: At least four persons were killed in fresh spate of violence on Tuesday while two workers of Jamiat Islami sustained wounds.

In the area of Marri Purr near crown cinema, two dead bodies of a man namely Adnan (27), and Shoaib (25) packed in gunny bag were recovered.

Upon receiving information, Police reached on the site and shifted the dead bodies to civil hospital for autopsy.

After completing medico legal formalities it was handed over to their heirs.

Later on, Police claimed that the two deceased residents of Baldia town were real brothers while they were abducted the day before.

However, the deceased family held protest demonstration at Hub Revar road and northern Bypass against the target killing and blocked traffic for several hours due to which the traffic system was completely suspended.

In another incident, one more dead body was recovered in the area of Liyari from Abal Chowk while some unknown armed assailants opened indiscriminate firing on two workers of Jamiat Islami near Pathan mosque early in the morning resultantly they sustained severe injuries.

However, they were shifted to hospital for medical aid where Younis succumbed to injuries.

Meanwhile, a 35-year dacoit was killed in police encounter in the area of Gulshan Mumar. He was shifted to Abbasi Shaheed hospital but could not be identified yet while two more persons sustained severe injuries in firing incident at Awami colony.

Police registered separate cases and started thorough investigation.


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