KARACHI: A professor among five people was killed and four others injured in different violence incidents here on Monday.
Four bodies of men bearing bullet wounds were found within the limit of Dhabeji police station early morning.
Police said that victims might have been killed somewhere else and later the killers dumped their bodies in the local market located within the limits of Dhabeji police station.
According rescue source, four bodies of men aged between 30 and 35, were found near KWSB Pumping Station in Gharo, sub-urban area of Karachi. The bodies were shifted to Civil Hospital Makkli for medico-legal formalities. The identity of the victims could not be ascertained till filing this report.
Unidentified armed men opened fire on a car and injured two men riding in it near Gharibabad Underpass in Liqatabad. The injured were identified as Saifuddin Jafri, 50, son of Muhammad Sharifuddin Jafri, and Shakeel Ahmed, 45, son of Bashir Ahmed.
They were shifted to Abbasi Shaheed hospital (ASH) for treatment, where Saifuddin succumbed to his injuries. The victim was a professor at Government College of Technology.
A man, Abid, 20, son of Nawaz, resident of Al-Asif Square, was injured as a result of stabbing at his home in Al-Asif Square area, Sohrab Goth. The injured was shifted to ASH for medical treatment.
Two brothers, Talha, 13, and Mustaqeem, 28, sons of Muslim, were shot at and injured while resisting a robbery in their house near Liaquat Chowk in Gulshan-e-Zia. The injured were shifted to ASH for treatment.
Meanwhile, 10 people were injured in a clash between two groups in Frontier Colony of SITE area here on Monday.
The clash occurred between two groups over some dispute near Rabbani Mosque in Frontier Colony. Both the groups opened fire on each other, resulting in injuries to 10 persons.
The injured were identified as Muhammad Ismail, 34, Maulana Khan Muhammad, 26, Maulana Zahir, 34, Suleman, 18, Qari Haroon Rasheed, 40, Asghar, 30, Ahsan, 27, Umar, 27, Zubair, 26, and Abdul Basit, 21. The injured were shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital for treatment.
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