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The relatives of a victim comfort each other while grieving near his body at a morgue.—Photo by Reuters

KARACHI: At least four people were gunned down in different incidents of firing in Karachi, DawnNews reported on Saturday.

Two political activists were killed in the city's New Karachi area on Saturday. The two were members of a religio-political group and were killed in New Karachi's Bilal Colony neighbourhood.

A man was killed by unknown attackers near Karachi’s Malir Cantt Northern Bypass area. Later, the body was shifted to the city's Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.

In another incident of firing, one person was critically injured when an unknown attacker opened fire in Karachi’s Kharadar area. He was shifted to the Civil Hospital where he died during treatment.

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