Target killer confesses to killing 2 MQM workers: CID

Police currently raiding different locations to arrest accomplices of the target killer.

Express September 13, 2011

KARACHI: An accused target killer has confessed to murdering two Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) workers, the CID revealed on Tuesday.

CID officer, SSP Fayyaz Khan said that the accused who had been arrested from Madina town along with weapons, had confessed to killing two people linked with the MQM, Umair and Mansoor.

According to sources, the accused has links to a political party.

Police say they are currently raiding different locations to apprehend the target killer’s accomplices.

Police and Rangers arrested more than 200 suspects in a 12 hour long operation on Sunday, recovering large number of weapons and ammunition.

Meanwhile, a witness on Monday identified suspected target killers, Kamran Madhuri and Sohail Commando during an identification parade in a case related to the firing on a police party in Chakra goth.

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pkpolitics | 9 years ago | Reply

Which Political Party, why are they hiding the killers?

Ali | 9 years ago | Reply How come they cover the faces of the criminals they catch. I dont know what is the problem in showing to the world who they are so that the peole are aware of them for the future. Rehman Malik had directed the police and rangers not to hide their faces. Why are they not following the direct orders of the government of Pakistans Interior minister. I think they do this because they do not actually catch anyone but use jailed criminals or other police personel and cover their faces so that no one can actually tell that they really caught someone or not. I have never seen this practice anywhere in the world where the police is trying to give these criminals a better future by not letting their faces to be shown so that they can again come out of jail and get back to their criminal ways. Pathetic...totaly pathetic rule!
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