Karachi violence: Three killed, situation tense in Lyari

Situation tense in Lyari after grenade attack injured former leader of the defunct People’s Amn Committee.


Express August 10, 2011

KARACHI: Three people have been killed in different areas of Karachi, while the situation in Lyari remains tense after multiple grenade attacks in the area, Express 24/7 reported on Wednesday.

A 55 year old worker of the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) was shot dead in Baldia Town Sector-8 after he left his house for work.

Police found two unidentified bodies near the Rasala area and Pankha Hotel in Shershah. The bruises on the bodies suggested that the victims had been tortured to death.

Earlier, a grenade attack by unknown assailants had critically injured five people including the former leader of the defunct People’s Amn Committee, Zafar Baloch.

There have been a number of incidents over the past four months in which unknown assailants riding motorcycles had hurled grenades at targets in Lyari. The People’s Amn Committee offices and leaders, inlcuding Uzair Baloch have been targeted by grenade attacks in the past.

COMMENTS (2)

Sultan Ahmed. | 10 years ago | Reply

political parties are failed to come around the table but armed forces has taken the lead in this connection they considered the country situation in their recently meeting held in.

Sultan Ahmed. | 10 years ago | Reply

At last, the persons in uniform came to the table which angered a political party, perhaps they thinks, the way being paved for former president and the military dictator to enter into the country for paying his due role in the politics, that is unacceptable,absolutely unacceptable for N/league.

Chances are bright, they would come,beating of boots is being heard, look around,there is no other option through which peace can be brought in the commercial hub.

Police has failed,rangers could no create acceptable result, now internationally recognised armed forces on its turn. that is last and final solution. ,

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