KARACHI: At least five people were killed including three women and a child in a firing incident in Karachi’s Oorangi Town area on Saturday, DawnNews reported.

According to Superintendent Police (SP) Orangi Chaudhry Assad, bullet riddled bodies of five people were found at a house in Faridabad Colony, area of Oorangi Town.

Initial reports suggest that it was a case of personal enmity, said police

The bodies were shifted to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital and police started their investigation.

The incident has created fared in the locality and large number of people had gathered at the site of the incident.

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