Four killed in Karachi

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Four killed in Karachi

KARACHI: Pakistan’s biggest city, Karachi, witnessed a fresh series of target killing as four people were killed in separate incidents in the city on Wednesday, Dispatch News Desk (DND) reported.

In the first incident, Noor Shah and his cousin, Abdullah, in their mid-thirties, were shot to death by unidentified men riding on a motorcycle in Machchar Colony when the former were on their way home after offering Asr prayers.

In a separate case, armed bandits barged into a cell phone shop in Mehmoodabad No 6 and demanded of the salesman, Ahsan, to hand over cash and cell phones and shot him when he tried to overpower them. An officer of a private firm was gunned down in Sharifabad police limits on Wednesday night. Adnan Shaikh, 35, was fired upon and seriously injured while his vehicle was passing from near Liquatabad Underpass in the night.