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KARACHI: At least six people lost their lives and four were wounded in violent incidents in the city on Monday, DawnNews reported.

Two people, identified as Shakoor and Hanif, were shot dead in the area of ‘Memon Goth.’

A doctor was killed when unidentified assailants opened fire on his clinic at Lee market’s Gadani stop.

Another incident of firing in Baldia town’s Yousuf Goth claimed the life of a man Zain-ul-Abideen. A woman, named Yasmin, got injured in the same incident.

Bakht Zaman became victim of bullets in the area of Manghopir. He succumbed to his injuries and passed away.

The body of a man, who was kidnapped earlier, was found from Orangi town’s Iqbal market.

Meanwhile, Police arrested eight suspects from the areas of ‘Baloch para’ and ‘Patel para’.

DIG Shahid Hayat said that Karachi East zone police have arrested at least 10 suspected miscreants.

Disturbance at ‘Shahrah-e-Pakistan’

At least four people received bullet injuries when unidentified people opened fire at Shahrah-e-Pakistan near Water pump area.

Tension prevailed and businesses in the area were closed.

Angry protestors came out on the road and set three buses on fire.

The firing incident took place when funeral procession of four men belonging to Shia community, who were killed earlier today, was on the way to ‘Waadi-i-Hussain’ graveyard.

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