Seven more die amid relentless firing incidents in Karachi
KARACHI: Law enforcement agencies remained mere spectator as seven more people on Saturday became victim of relentless firing incidents in Karachi, DawnNews reported.
In the latest development, a man was killed and three were injured amid firing from unidentified men in Korangi, Landhi and P.I.B Colony.
Earlier, two men were shot dead by unidentified assailants at Lasi Goth in New Karachi. The deceased were identified as Nisar Ali and Abu-Qasim.
According to police, both were sitting at a roadside tee shop, when unidentified motorcycle riders opened fire on them.
Duty officer Hussain Bux said Nisar Bux, a supervisor at Ghazi Security, was the apparent target of the attackers and the deceased came incidentally under fire.
A young man was shot dead by unidentified armed men at Mominabad in Orangi Town, while, another was shot dead in Manghopir area.
Moreover, a man was killed and three others were injured in different firing incidents in Malir, Landhi, Babar Market and Jut Line.
Meanwhile, Sindh home ministry has imposed a ban on letting houses to the foreigners by issuing a notification for registering property dealers.
According to the notification, land-lords must verify from National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) before letting out their properties.
SHO of the concerned police station would consequently be responsible if houses are lent without verification, it added.