Four injured as rival gangs clash

Police launched an investigation to determine the reason of the clash

​ Our Correspondent April 29, 2020
PHOTO: Reuters

KARACHI: Four people were injured in during an armed clash between two criminal gangs in Pak Colony on Tuesday.

According to Pak Colony SHO Amir Altaf, members of Mairaj group and Naveed Kuppi group, associated with gang war, embroiled in a clash, as a result of which four among them sustained injuries. Three of the injured have been identified as Nisar, 45, son of Bashir Ahmed, Aurangzeb, 25, son of Abdul Bari and Abdullah, 15, son of Noor Din. The fourth injured couldn't be identified till the filing of this report as he hadn't gained consciousness until then.

Talking to The Express Tribune, SHO Altaf said that the police had acquired Aurangzeb's criminal record, according to which two cases under the Drugs Act, 1976 were registered against him at Pak Colony police station and he had been arrested earlier in those cases. Criminal records of the rest of the injured were sought too and the police had launched an investigation to determine the reason of the clash, the SHO added. 

Published in The Express Tribune, April 29th, 2020.


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