At least four killed in Karachi violence

Published Dec 01, 2012 07:32am

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KARACHI: At least four people were killed in incidents of violence on Saturday in parts of Karachi, while police arrested three suspects, including an alleged target killer, DawnNews reported.

Two bodies in gunny bags with their hands and feet tied were found in the limits of the Arambagh Police Station, near Karachi’s New Chali area. The deceased had been tortured before being shot dead. According to the police, the victims could not be identified.

In a separate incident, one person was killed in a firing incident near the Awam Chowk in Karachi’s Orangi Town.

In another separate incident on M.T Khan Road, one person was killed in a stabbing incident. The victim could not be identified.

The Orangi Town police also arrested an alleged target killer from the area and recovered weapons from him.

The Site-B area police arrested two suspects allegedly involved in serious offences during a raid in the area. A truck full of clothes was recovered from the two suspects.


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ZZX-1
Dec 01, 2012 08:10am
Pakistanis have picked up only the cruel aspects of US culture. So sad.