Karachi: Four more people were gunned down in Pakistan’s financial heart as target killing incidents are fanning out in the metropolis, reaching the death toll to 15 within 24 hours with raising questions on government performance.
In the latest incident of target killing three workers of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) were targeted within Taimoria Police Station precincts late on Saturday.
According to police official unidentified armed assailants driving a car opened indiscriminate firing on a hotel in Buffer Zone area, leaving one people dead on the spot and two others wounded.
The injured were rushed to hospital but both the injured were succumbed to their injuries on the way to hospital, police sources said.
According to SP North Karachi the victims were associated with MQM’s North Karachi Sector and were targeted killed.
It seemed that 10 to 15 killings have become routine in Karachi and law enforcing agencies are seemed helpless.
According to human rights organizations over 130 people have been killed in July alone and clashes are seemed reeling in the metropolis.
Friday’s clashes between two political wings Muhajir Qaumi Movement, well knows as Haqiai and MQM claimed 13 lives.
Two buses were set on fires in separate incidents and business activities were badly affected in several sensitive parts of Karachi from two days because of impermanent firing incidents that produced fear and panic in the areas.