A large contingent of police with water-canon-vehicle deploys at CM House during protest rally of residents of Orangi Town against killing of three workers of the PPP in Karachi on Friday. – Photo by PPI

KARACHI: Three people were killed in Karachi on Saturday. The combined death toll from firing incidents across the city has now climbed to nine within 24 hours, DawnNews reported.

A bullet-riddled body sealed in a gunny bag was found in Sector-21 of the Korangi Industrial Area. The victim was shot dead after being kidnapped.

Also, in Orangi Town No 4, a man was shot dead by unidentified persons.

A body was discovered from Landhi sector 5.

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