Karachi violence: Three killed on day three of Eidul Fitr

Two bodies were recovered from different areas whereas one man was shot dead in a different area of the city.

Web Desk August 22, 2012

KARACHI: One person was shot dead while two bodies were recovered as the spate of violence continued in Karachi despite Eidul Fitr, Express News reported on Wednesday.

The body of an unidentified man was recovered from a gunny bag in Risala near Civil hospital whereas police found an unidentified body from a garbage dump near Askari Park  in the old Sabzi Mandi area.

Police said the body bore torture marks.

A young man was also killed when unidentified men opened fire on him in the Khawaja Ajmer Nagri area of the city.


Fact | 11 years ago | Reply

Islam never preaches killings of innocent humans no matter to which religion or sect they belong. In Islam, killing of one innocent human is like killing the whole humanity and here in an Islamic nation muslims in thousands are being butchered by muslims over the years in one way or another. Since year 2000, according to news articles, 30,000 human lives were lost in Pakistan in voilence related acts. No excuses can justify the killings. It is against Islam and humanity and must be condemned in the strongest possible way. Pakistan soil has turned into killing fields and this is pure GENOCIDE. Is this what an Islamic nation is where even on the day of Eid, faithfuls are being killed.

Abdullah khan | 11 years ago | Reply It is strange the bodies Recovering in peshawar is going un notice. But a city of 18 million people it is noticing by all pillar of Democracy. May be there is some connection between peshawar and Karachi dead bodies
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