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Paramilitary soldiers patrol a street of a scrap market in Karachi June 15, 2012. Rangers are called in to support the Karachi police whenever the violence in the city gets out of hand. Businesses are also shut down whenever trouble looms.  -Reuters File Photo

KARACHI: Two bodies were found in gunny bags in different areas of Karachi, DawnNews reported on Monday.

One of the bodies was found in the city’s Lines Area on Monday. The other body was found in Karachi’s Garden area.

Separately, a policeman was injured in an incident of firing by reportedly unknown assailants near the city’s Jail Chowrangi.

Moreover, due to the killing of a political worker on Sunday, the areas of Garden, Jama Cloth Market and other surrounding neighbourhoods remained tense on Monday.

Furthermore, the Steel Town police arrested three suspects from the locality and recovered a Suzuki vehicle, two motorcycles, two TT pistols and a number of stolen mobile phones from their possession.

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