Five including MQM’s former UC nazim killed in Karachi

Recent PostFive including MQM’s former UC nazim killed in Karachi

KARACHI: Five persons including Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) former union council nazim were killed in Karachi on Friday as firing incidents continued in the metropolis despite anti-criminal crackdown by police and Rangers.

The reports said that unidentified armed men shot dead former union council nazim Ikram Siddiqui in Gulshan-e-Bihar area of Orangi Town.

   

Two persons identified as Muhammad Afzal and Abdul Qadir were killed in another firing incident in Lee market, one of the major commercial centres in the old city area.

Similarly, another person identified as Tahir Hussain was killed in firing near Abdullah college in North Nazimabad. In another incident, one person was killed in sector L in Orangi town.

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