Vegetable vendor killed along with son in Manghopir

Vegetable vendor killed along with son in Manghopir


KARACHI: A father and son were killed among five killed in separate incidents of violence in different parts of the metropolis on Saturday.
An alleged gangster was killed and two others wounded during armed clashes between two rival groups in Jhatpat Market and Rangiwara area of Lyari within the vicinity of Kalakot police station. 
As per details, armed clashes between two rival groups continued in Lyari, in which an alleged gangster was killed and two others wounded.
According to SHO Kalakot Shahjahan Lashari, deceased Zahid Katchi and injured Abdul Wahid, 25, and Abdul Karim, 27, were all associated with a gang.
The SHO said that gangsters took away Zahid's body with them; however, the injured were shifted to Civil Hospital Karahi.
Tension engulfed parts of Lyari, where routine and commercial activates were suspended.
Separately, a vegetable vender along with his son was gunned down in New Nazimabad within the jurisdiction of Manghopir police station.
Police said that unidentified armed riders arrived at the vegetable stall and opened indiscriminate firing and later fled. As a result 40-year-old, Liaquat Ali, son of Sadiq Ali and his 12-year-old son Naeem sustained bullets wounds. Both the victims succumbed to their injuries when they were being shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.
As per the initial course of investigations, police suspect the vegetable vendor was killed over some personal enmity.
In a similar incident, a man was killed and another wounded near a bus stop in Gulzar Colony within the jurisdiction of Korangi Industrial Area police station.
Officials identified the deceased as Mohammad Sattar, 45, and injured as 25-year-old Nasir.
Police said unknown armed men riding on motorbikes resorted to indiscriminate firing at a hardware store, injuring both Sattar and Nasir, who were rushed to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre.
At the hospital, Sattar succumbed to his injuries, and Nasir was admitted with critical wounds. The motive behind the incident has not been ascertained yet, and further investigations are underway.
Meanwhile, a shot dead body of a young man was found from Mewa Shah graveyard within the remits of Pak Colony police station.
Police said that deceased was identified as 30-year-old Abdul Qayyum, son of Abdul Ghani, who was earlier kidnapped from somewhere.
The body was moved to hospital for autopsy. Staff Report


KARACHI: A father and son were killed among five killed in separate incidents of violence in different parts of the metropolis on Saturday.
An alleged gangster was killed and two others wounded during armed clashes between two rival groups in Jhatpat Market and Rangiwara area of Lyari within the vicinity of Kalakot police station. 
As per details, armed clashes between two rival groups continued in Lyari, in which an alleged gangster was killed and two others wounded.
According to SHO Kalakot Shahjahan Lashari, deceased Zahid Katchi and injured Abdul Wahid, 25, and Abdul Karim, 27, were all associated with a gang.
The SHO said that gangsters took away Zahid's body with them; however, the injured were shifted to Civil Hospital Karahi.
Tension engulfed parts of Lyari, where routine and commercial activates were suspended.
Separately, a vegetable vender along with his son was gunned down in New Nazimabad within the jurisdiction of Manghopir police station.
Police said that unidentified armed riders arrived at the vegetable stall and opened indiscriminate firing and later fled. As a result 40-year-old, Liaquat Ali, son of Sadiq Ali and his 12-year-old son Naeem sustained bullets wounds. Both the victims succumbed to their injuries when they were being shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.
As per the initial course of investigations, police suspect the vegetable vendor was killed over some personal enmity.
In a similar incident, a man was killed and another wounded near a bus stop in Gulzar Colony within the jurisdiction of Korangi Industrial Area police station.
Officials identified the deceased as Mohammad Sattar, 45, and injured as 25-year-old Nasir.
Police said unknown armed men riding on motorbikes resorted to indiscriminate firing at a hardware store, injuring both Sattar and Nasir, who were rushed to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre.
At the hospital, Sattar succumbed to his injuries, and Nasir was admitted with critical wounds. The motive behind the incident has not been ascertained yet, and further investigations are underway.
Meanwhile, a shot dead body of a young man was found from Mewa Shah graveyard within the remits of Pak Colony police station.
Police said that deceased was identified as 30-year-old Abdul Qayyum, son of Abdul Ghani, who was earlier kidnapped from somewhere.
The body was moved to hospital for autopsy. 

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