A police man was killed in an encounter near Shaheen Complex whereas two suspects were arrested. — File Photo

KARACHI: Karachi once again witnessed deteriorating law and order situation as the series of targeted killings continue and five people lost their lives whereas many others were injured after midnight on Sunday, DawnNews reported.

Two people were attacked by two unknown armed men in Bhatti Mohalla of Lines Area in Karachi. The assailants easily escaped after their attack. Both critically injured persons were being shifted to Jinnah hospital when they succumbed to their wounds. The slain persons are stated to be members of a political party.

Unknown gunmen injured five people in a park near Bait-ul-Mukarram mosque in Gulshan e Iqbal. All injured were rushed to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital. One of the injured who is said to be a political party activist, lost the battle of life where as the condition of others is stated to be critical.

Similarly two people were killed in Clifton near Schon circle and Urdu Bazaar area. Those killed had not be identified.

A police man was killed in an encounter near Shaheen Complex whereas two suspects were arrested.

Armed men attacked two unidentified persons in Tin Hatti area, the victims were rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition.

Incidents of firing were also reported in New Karachi area where one person was injured.

More From This Section

PM orders judicial probe into attack on Hamid Mir

The government also announced a reward of Rs10 million for any information leading to the arrest of culprits.

UN officials confirm staff members go missing in Pakistan

Two local employees working for the Unicef were suspected to have been kidnapped from Karachi.

Punjab govt accused of being soft on militants

Senior officials say the govt has been “sleeping over” regular intelligence reports on militants' presence in Punjab.

Slain ANP leader’s house attacked; Police foil terror bid

Unknown gunmen attacked the house of the late Mian Mushtaq late last night and abducted three of his relatives.

Comments are closed.
Explore: Indian elections 2014
Explore: Indian elections 2014
How much do you know about Indian Elections?
How much do you know about Indian Elections?
From The Newspaper