A policeman died as a result of firing near Lyari football ground.       — File Photo

KARACHI: The series of target killings and bloodshed continued in Karachi as six people including a policeman were killed in the port city, DawnNews reported.

Sindh home minister sought a report on the Gulistan-e-Jauhar incident, where a government officer was burnt alive.

One person was killed by firing in Korangi, Sector 51-C.

Policeman Taj Mohammad died as a result of firing near Lyari football ground.

Whereas, a political party worker identified as Syed Mukhtar Jan was shot dead by unknown men in Saeedabad.

Political activist Younus lost his life where as another was injured in Metroville, within the remits of Mubina Town Police station, when their car came under attack by unknown gunmen.

Firing claimed the life of 14-year-old Shariq in Manghopir, where as four people were injured in firing incidents nearHassan Squarewhere as one person each was injured in Lee market and Kharadar area.

Jamshed Quarters police found the remains of a dead body in a shopping bag lying at a garbage dump at Jehangir road No 1.

A deputy director of a government organisation, Abdul Hayee was burnt to death by brutal assailants in Gulistan-e-Jauhar block 16 area ofKarachi.

Sindh Interior Minister Manzoor Wassan took notice of the incident and sought a report from the IG of Sindh police.

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