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…

Constable Arrested for Looting Public in Cow Mandi

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Police on Monday arrested a constable along with three others on the charges of looting the public in the cattle market in Karachi here on Monday. According to Gadap police, a head constable and his three subordinates were allegedly involved in depriving the people of their cash and valuables when they came for purchasing the sacrificial animals in the market. Policemen of Sachal police station took action against the culprits after getting numerous complaints and arrested the constable along with three other helpers. The looted amount was also recovered from their possession.

Four People, Including an Activist of PSF Killed in Separate Incidents

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Four people, including an activist of the People’s Student Federation (PSF), were killed in separate incidents in the city on Wednesday. Ayaz, 25, was shot dead in the Mosmiyat area in the Sachal police limits on Wednesday night. Police said that Ayaz had been in the company of his friends when two men riding on a motorcycle opened fire on him and fled. The injured was taken to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Police said that the deceased had been an activist of the PSF. They termed the murder as an act of targeted killing. Tension gripped the area where unidentified men resorted to aerial firing and forced traders to shut…