KARACHI, Aug 17: Taking advantage of crippling traffic jam, bandits went on a looting spree depriving stranded motorists of their cell phones.

“Armed youths started depriving stranded motorists of their cell phones on Jehangir Road, and disappeared within no time”, Munnawar Ali said.

Similar incidents were reported at Jail Chowrangi, and at a stretch of Sharea Faisal.

“We remained stranded at Jail Chowrangi for over three hours, and to make the matter worse, some armed youths snatched our cell phones”, a stranded motorist said.

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