More than 11 killed in Last 24 hours in Karachi

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The metropolis continued to buckle under the unbridled violence as another 11 individuals have been murdered during the last 24 hours in the town. A worker of a religious party, Imran, was murdered in a shooting occurrence near Saddar’s Automobile parking Plaza. Protesting against the eliminating, the enraged individuals took to road in Preedy Street place near Automobile parking Plaza and staged a protest demonstration. Later, the protesters marched towards Superior Judge Karachi Personal computer and organised a sit-in there, breeding large traffic jams in Saddar and adjacent places. Imran’s funeral prayer was offered near Parking Plaza. Meantime, three individuals were gunned down in the town places of Orangi City and Pirabad. Another man lost…

Police Arrested 44 Culprits in Raids

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Police claimed to have arrested 44 culprits in different raids from various parts of the City here on Monday. Crime Investigation Department of the Sindh Police claimed to have arrested two suspects including Ashiq aka Kashi and Amir aka Bandar during a raid conducted on a tip-off in Surjani locality. CID officials also claimed to have recovered three hand grenades, three pistols and a Kalashnikov from their possession. According to CID SSP Fayyaz Khan, government has announced Rs one million bounty on accused Ashiq. Ashiq and his companions were involved in more than 100 cases of killings, robberies, kidnapping for ransom and bank robberies in Karachi and Punjab. Khan said that the names of both…

More than 10 people Killed in Karachi Violence

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The violence that flared up in the metropolis in the wake of killing of a political operative yesterday, claimed lives of more three people after midnight. Earlier yesterday, a man, Mujahid was gunned down in Martin Quarters. The deceased belonged to a political party. His killing triggered immense panic after the shops were forced closed down around the area and infuriated people set on fire a bus and an office of another   political party. Bursting into action before long, the heavy contingents of the Rangers arrested several people during house-to-house search in flashpoint Martin Quarters. Meantime, local office-bearer of Awami National Party (ANP), Amanullah was killed in a firing incident in Orangi Town’s MPR Colony,…

Police Busted Water Mafia in SITE Area

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The ongoing operation against the illegal hydrants continued as the Karachi Water & Sewerage Board (KWSB) disconnected the supply line of one hydrant through which at least 2 million gallons water was being stolen daily. According to officials, a team of Water Board conducted a raid in Site Area, where water connections for hydrant were taken from 48 inch diameter bulk supply line. The team dismantled the pumping machinery, seizing the electric panel, meter valve and other related items. The local government minister Agha Siraj Durani repeatedly informed Sindh Assembly that a mafia was running ‘water business’ through illegal hydrants, collecting millions of rupees through stealing water from the KWSB lines. The provincial minister directed…

250 Students Prevent from Appearing in Exam on Wednesday

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At least 250 students were unable to appear for their matriculation exams when unknown gunmen open fired on an exam centre in Malir early on Wednesday morning. The firing had continued unabated for almost 20 minutes, and had put the lives of the students under threat. Roshan Ali Sheikh, District Coordination Officer (DCO) Karachi, has ordered Deputy Commissioner Malir to conduct an inquiry into the incident. “Apart from Malir, incidents of firing were also reported in Bin Qasim, Lyari and Mauripur,” he said, while adding that all sensitive areas will be guarded by security personnel for the protection of students. Meanwhile, a source in the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) claimed that the armed…

Blast Hurt many People in Factory Situated in Kemari

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Many persons have been feared hurt as, reportedly, a boiler has blasted in a factory situated in Kemari area of Karachi today. According to initial reports, the blast took place in a chemical factory and currently it is not clear that what was the main cause and where precisely the blast took place in the factory. An eye witness has claimed that the blast took place at the rear side of the chemical factory while another source has informed that the explosion was occurred in an empty storage tanker and roof of the tanker was blown away in the bang. The rescue teams and fire brigade rushed to the blast site in Kemari Oil Terminal….