ANP MNA's brother shot dead in Karachi

The deceased, Asif Jan was a CDGK employee. Two dead in Sachal goth as flood refugees and police clash.


Express August 23, 2010

Three people were shot dead in Karachi on Monday.

The brother of Awami National Party (ANP) MNA Pervaiz Khan, Asif Jan  is among the dead. Asif Jan, a City District Government Karachi (CDGK) employeem, was shot dead near Civic Centre. An SHO is among several injured.

The killing adds to a recent surge in attacks on ANP office bearers and their family members.

Security in-charge of Awami National Party (ANP),  Ubaidullah Yousufzai was killed last week.

2 dead as flood refugees and police clash

Two people have died and at least 12 have been injured after a group of flood refugees from Sindh clashed with police in Karachi's Sachal goth.

The clash took place after a police team led by Superintendent Police asked flood refugees to vacate a townhouse.

The police were called by the owner of the house but when they asked the refugees to leave, they were fired upon from inside and neighboring townhouses.

Two persons lost their lives when police fired back. An angry mob led by armed men went on a rampage burning down an office, motorcycles and a mini-bus.

COMMENTS (11)

Tehreem Irshad | 11 years ago | Reply it's really senseless and target killing is really not an affordable issue,i dont think that Asif uncle was very much active in the matters of ANP.. i agree vid the thought that its the work of the 'third party'..but one thing, what was the mistake of Asif uncle?,he was just passing a normal life as a common Pakistani..plz plz it should be stopped,our politicians has to think over it. May Allah bless him and bless his family... May Allah keeps mercy upon Pakistan, Hope 4 the Good future
Hammad | 11 years ago | Reply Racist parties and their leaders should be banned
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