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Policemen on a street in Karachi. — File photo

KARACHI: At least six people were killed in incidents of violence in Karachi, DawnNews reported on Monday.

An unidentified body bearing torture marks was recovered in Karachi's Kharadar area.

In Karachi's SITE industrial area, one person was killed in an incident of firing.

In another incident, one person was shot dead on Chandni chowk in the city's Orangi Town.

Moreover, a 60-year-old faith healer was gunned down inside his astana in Gulshan-i-Maymar within the remit of the Sohrab Goth police station.

Three men entered the monastery in Gul Goth and escaped after killing Manzoor aka Faqir, son of Siraj, said DSP Iftikhar Lodhi.

He suspected that the faith healer was shot dead over a monetary dispute. The police said further investigation was under way.

In other incidents in Nazimabad and SITE areas, two persons were shot dead.

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