Karachi violence: Target killing claims six lives

Three of the victims were found in gunny bags in different parts of the city.

Web Desk June 03, 2012

KARACHI: The spate of target killings continued in Karachi, claiming six more victims in different areas of the city, Express News reported on Sunday.

Bodies of two people in gunny bags were recovered from Orangi Town No. 7. Both victims had multiple bullet wounds.

Another body in a gunny bag was found in the Liaquatabad area. The victim was kidnapped and subjected to torture before being killed.

All three victims could not be identified.

In another incident, a woman and a man were shot dead inside their house by unknown men in the Gulbahar area, while a child was seriously injured.

A tortured body of a young man was also found in the Sohrab Goth area.

Earlier, two former activists of a political party were shot dead in a drive-by shooting in Gulistan-e-Jauhar and two bodies were also found in different parts of the city.


Imran | 9 years ago | Reply

@SK - Salman: Yes but maybe they are scared of ANP.

SK - Salman | 9 years ago | Reply ET Reporter says: "Earlier, two former activists of a political party were shot dead in a drive-by shooting in Gulistan-e-Jauhar." Why is the 'political party' not identified. This is not an acceptable form of news journalism. ET is attempting to run the newspaper on world standards but is lacking in some areas and this is a good example of it. Public remains confused about Karachi's violence and on many other issues because of this type of reporting. In the international press the only thing which is witheld are the names of the victims pending notification to the next of kin. Once the next of kin are notified the names of the victims are printed too.
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