UPDATED: Two traffic cops among five killed in Karachi violence

KARACHI: Five people, including two traffic policemen, were killed and one other injured in separate incidents of violence in the city on Monday.

Two traffic police personnel, assistant sub-inspector Akram Karim, 38, and constable Rashid Yousuf, 36, were shot dead by unidentified armed motorcyclists, when they were performing their duty near Orangi Family Park in Orangi Town No-1. The bodies were shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH) for medico-legal formalities.

The mutilated body of a man, Sadiq, 30, son of Khadim Hussain, resident of Rahim Yar Khan, was found near Malik Agha Hotel along Superhighway. It was shifted to ASH for an autopsy.

The strangled body of an unidentified man, aged 32, was found from a house in Natha Khan Goth, Shah Faisal Colony. It was shifted to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) for a postmortem examination.

An unidentified man, aged 35, was shot dead near Soorti Company in Shah Latif Town. The body was shifted to JPMC for an autopsy.

A teenage boy, Abbasi, 18, son of Muhammad Shafiq, was shot and injured near Bakri Petrol Pump, 4K Chowrangi, in North Karachi. The injured was shifted to ASH for medical treatment.

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