Intermittent firing continued in different parts of Karachi as unknown gunmen continued to wander around unchecked. — Photo by AFP
Ten more killed as Karachi violence enters fourth day
Tuesday, 02 Feb, 2010||Safar 18, 1431
KARACHI: At least ten people were killed as violence continued unabated for the fourth consecutive day in Karachi, DawnNews reported.
The bullet ridden bodies of the deceased were found in different parts of Karachi including Mangohpir, Abdullah Colony, Orangi Town, Karimabad and Dhaka Colony.
Earlier Tuesday, another person was shot dead in the city’s Orangi Town area.
Many markets in the city’s affected areas still remained closed and public transporters were reluctant to take their vehicles to certain areas.
Meanwhile, Sindh Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza said that the army may be called in to control the situation if required.
The minister also rejected claims that workers of one political party were being singled out by the police.
Intermittent firing continued in different parts of Karachi as unknown gunmen continued to wander around unchecked. — DawnNews
Courtesy: DawnNews & AFP.