Six including cop killed in Karachi firing incidents


KARACHI: Six people, including a policeman, were killed and four others were injured in separate incidents of violence here on Tuesday. Two people, Sub-Inspector Ghulam Mustafa, 45, son of Muhammad Khan, and a security guard, Muhammad Rafiq, 40, son of Azizur-Rehman, were killed and a pedestrian, Mumtaz, 25, son of Muzaffar, was seriously injured in exchange of fire between robbers and the police.

The incident took place near a police station in Garden Town during a robbery attempt at a booking office of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).

The robbers fled the area immediately afterwards leaving the stolen cash amount and mobile phones. The bodies and injured were shifted to Civil Hospital Karachi (CHK).

Unidentified gunmen killed 30-year-old Ayub, son of Allah Dad Khan, in a firing incident in Bhains Colony, Surjani Town. The body was shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH) for medico-legal formalities.

An unidentified man, aged 40, was killed and a man, Allah Bachayo, 40, son of Badal Khan, injured in a police encounter near Saylani Welfare’s Dastarkhawan in Gharibabad Goth, Malir City. The body and injured were shifted to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC).

A man, Sajjad, 25, was shot dead when unidentified gunmen opened fire on him near Al Noor Girls College in Samanabad, Gulberg Town. The body was taken to ASH for post-mortem.

Separately, a teenager, Saad, 16, son of Mehdi, resident of Gulberg Town, was killed in Block 18, Gulberg Town, when unidentified gunmen opened firing on him. The body was taken to ASH for an autopsy.

A policeman, Kashif, 28, son of Abdul Jabbar, was injured with stabbing in a personal dispute in Neelum Colony, Clifton. The injured was shifted to JPMC for medical treatment.

Gulsher, a 28-year-old man, son of Ismail, was injured when unidentified gunmen opened fire on him in Chakiwara, Lyari. The injured was shifted to Civil Hospital Karachi for treatment.

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