Four killed in Karachi violence

Published Jul 21, 2012 06:35am

Policemen seen through bullet-riddled wind shield of a car in Karachi.—File Photo
Policemen seen through a car's bullet-riddled wind shield in Karachi. — File Photo

KARACHI: At least four people were killed in incidents of violence in Karachi, DawnNews reported on Saturday.

In the city's Landhi Town, unknown gunmen shot a man dead whereas a senior doctor was gunned down near Al-Asif square near Sohrab Goth.

In another incident in New Karachi Town, one man was killed and another was wounded in a shooting incident. The area became tense in the aftermath of the shooting and protesting residents came out on the streets.

One man was killed in Landhi Town’s Sherpao Colony.


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Ibtisam
Jul 21, 2012 06:46pm
Wild West has a new meaning.... Karachi.
samiamm3
Jul 21, 2012 06:17pm
Wow even Ramadan is no longer sacred. Pakistani's are getting better at not doing anything about anything.
wali
Jul 21, 2012 07:31am
these are all conspiracy of government, nothing els
Cyrus Howell
Jul 21, 2012 04:32pm
Wouldn't it help to know who all the Karachi murder victims are in order for police (and the country) to get an idea of why each was killed and have a larger picture of what is happening?
Cyrus Howell
Jul 21, 2012 08:48am
"protesting residents came out on the streets." Is this something new? Seriously.
ahmadali86
Jul 21, 2012 01:25pm
Same old news everyday with different figures, sometimes 4, sometimes 10 sometimes the number reaches more than 20. Where in the world we're living in?