Seven more fall victim to Karachi violence
[Pak Daily Times] Unabated wave of violence on Friday claimed seven more lives of people in the city.
In the first incident, a joint in-charge of MQM was rubbed out in sector 11/1-2, Orangi Town near Rehmat Chowk within the jurisdiction of Pakistain Bazaar cop shoppe. According to police, Nayyar, 23, son of Sarosh, was returning home on his cycle of violence after dropping his children near a school where two gunnies intercepted him and shot him dead.
The body was brought to ASH for his appointment with Doctor Quincy. Police said that deceased was joint in-charge of unit 119 of party's Orange Town sector and an employee of health department of Bloody Karachi
...formerly the capital of Pakistain, now merely its most important port and financial center. It is among the largest cities in the world, with a population of 18 million, most of whom hate each other and many of whom are armed and dangerous...
Municipal Corporation. He said that deceased was the father of two children and lived in the same area.
Similarly, a bank employee affiliated with labour wing of Muttahida Qaumi Movement
...English: United National Movement, generally known as MQM, is the 3rd largest political party and the largest secular political party in Pakistain with particular strength in Sindh. From 1992 to 1999, the MQM was the target of the Pak Army's Operation Cleanup leaving thousands of urdu speaking civilians dead...
(MQM) was killed while other injured in an armed attack at Sohrab Goth Bridge within the precincts of Yusuf Plaza cop shoppe. An official said that two unidentified armed pillion riders opened volley of bullets at a vehicle bearing registration No ARH-833 at Sohrab Goth bridge and escaped as a result, two people, including 32-years-old Mudassir Malik, son of Sami Malik, and 35-year-old Wajahat Hussain son of Raza Hussain received critical multiple bullet wounds and were rushed to a private hospital where doctors pronounced Muddassir as dead.
The body was later moved to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH) for medico-legal formalities. The dear departed was an employee of National Bank of Pakistain and affiliated with labour wing. The victim was the resident of Gulshan-e-Maymar.
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