The apex court has already summoned Attorney General Maulvi Anwarul Haq, Sindh Chief Secretary Raja Mohammad Abbas and Provincial Police Officer Wajid Ali Khan Durrani through Sindh`s advocate general to submit details of the recent killings in Karachi. – File Photo by AP

KARACHI: The Sindh government has warned that a May 12, 2007 like incident may repeat it self on the day of Supreme Court’s hearing on Karachi killings, August 29, DawnNews reported.

During an interview with DawnNews the Advocate General Sindh said that he welcomed the SC hearing of Karachi killings case on August 29 but he feared a May 12 like situation might arise.

Separately,  Sindh government announced a 10 lac rupees prize money for anyone who identified a target killer to the law and order agencies, DawnNews reported.

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