KARACHI: Violence continued in Karachi, as 11 people were killed in firing incidents in different parts of the city on Friday.
A total of seven people were killed in Orangi Town. Two of them were killed, while one sustained injuries when unknown assailants opened fire in the Gaddafi Chowk area of Orangi Town, Chipa Welfare sources said.
Deputy Superintendent of Police Orangi Town, Tariq Malih, while confirming the incident said that the injured had been shifted to a nearby hospital. The injured could not yet be identified.
Two people were killed in the New Sabzi Mandi area and one near Bilawal House in Clifton.
Another person was gunned down in the Teen Hatti area.
Express News reported that according to police records, more than 25 people have been killed during the last 20 days while the police has not been able control the situation.
DSP Malih said that the condition of two out of the three injured was serious because bullets had pierced through their head and chest.
Home Minister Sindh Manzoor Wasan directed the respective Station House Officers to patrol their areas in order to curb any terror bids.
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