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India-Pakistan
Doctor, inspector among 12 gunned down in Karachi
2013-01-24
[Dawn] Twelve men, including a senior doctor and a CID inspector, were bumped off in the city in several acts of assassination on Tuesday, police said.

The doctor and the CID inspector were targeted within the jurisdiction of the New Bloody Karachi
...formerly the capital of Pakistain, now merely its most important port and financial center. It is among the largest cities in the world, with a population of 18 million, most of whom hate each other and many of whom are armed and dangerous...
cop shoppe.

They said that the medical superintendent of the Sindh Government Hospital New Bloody Karachi was rubbed out in a New Bloody Karachi locality on Tuesday evening.

Assailants riding a cycle of violence sprayed a Suzuki Pothohar jeep, bearing government registration plate, near Power House Chowrangi within the remit of the New Bloody Karachi cop shoppe, the police said.

"The jeep was being driven by Dr Syed Hasan Alam, 50, the MS of the Sindh Government Hospital, New Bloody Karachi," said New Bloody Karachi SP Syed Salman Hussian.

"Dr Alam was heading home after attending his private clinic in Sanobar Cottages in North Bloody Karachi when he was targeted."

He said that it was apparently a sectarian killing case and the slain doctor was a Shia.

The doctor suffered multiple gunshot wounds in the head and the chest causing his instant death, the police said.

The body was shifted to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital for medico-legal formalities.

A front man for the Majlis Wahdat-e-Mohammedaneen (MWM) strongly condemned the killing.

He said that Dr Alam's killing was the second sectarian killing incident on Tuesday.

The president of the Pakistain Medical Association, Dr Samrina Hashmi, also condemned the killing.

CID inspector bumped off

A police inspector, who until recently worked with the CID, was rubbed out in a New Bloody Karachi locality on Tuesday evening, police said.

They said that assailants riding a cycle of violence opened fire on Inspector Alamgir Ahmed, 42, when he was walking towards his car near Masjir Siddiq-e-Akbar.

New Bloody Karachi SP Syed Salman Hussain said that the victim had come to see someone at a shop located adjacent to a fuel station. As he was leaving the place and walking to his car, the assailants intercepted him, shot in the head and rode away, he added. He died before he could be taken to hospital.

Until recently, the victim was posted in the CID and a few days back he had been transferred to the Bloody Karachi police, the SP added.

Killing in Baldia

An unidentified young man was rubbed out in Baldia Town on Tuesday evening.

Police said that gunnies targeted the young man when he was going somewhere on a cycle of violence near Mohajir Camp in Baldia Town and escaped. The victim suffered fatal gunshot wounds and died on the scene.

The body was shifted to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital for medico-legal formalities.

Man rubbed out in Gulshan

A man nominated in the murder case of a grandson of the late Nawab Akbar Bugti was bumped off in Gulshan-e-Iqbal on Tuesday.

Police said that gunnies riding a cycle of violence opened fire on the driver of a car in a narrow street near Al-Mustafa Hospital in Gulshan-e-Iqbal. He was struck down in his prime.

The police shifted the body to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre for a post-mortem examination. The victim was later identified as Arif Rajar, who was nominated in the FIR of the killing of Taleh Bugti in a dance party in the Defence area in June 2011. He was out on pre-arrest bail, the police said.

Shopkeeper killed in 'sectarian' attack

A man was rubbed out at his shop in Lyari
...one of the eighteen constituent towns of the city of Karachi. It is the smallest town by area in the city but also the most densely populated. Lyari has few schools, substandard hospitals, a poor water system, limited infrastructure, and broken roads. It is a stronghold of ruling Pakistan Peoples Party. Ubiquitous gang activity and a thriving narcotics industry make Lyari one of the most disturbed places in Karachi, which is really saying a lot....
on Tuesday night, police said.

They said that gunnies came to a mobile phone accessories and top-up shop in Khadda Market within the remit of the Storied Baghdad
...located along the Tigris River, founded in the 8th century, home of the Abbasid Caliphate...
i cop shoppe, fired at shopkeeper Habib Ali, 55, and escaped. The victim was taken to the Civil Hospital Bloody Karachi where he was pronounced dead.
He's dead, Jim!
The police were not immediately sure about the motive for the killing.

However,
corruption finds a dozen alibis for its evil deeds...
a front man for the MWM said that the killing had a sectarian motive as the victim was a Shia.

Youth killed in Gulbahar

A young man was rubbed out in Gulbahar on Tuesday.

Police said that assailants riding on a cycle of violence came close to a general store within the remit of the Rizvia cop shoppe, fired at Shahzad Hussain, 22, who was sitting on the pavement and rode away.

The victim was taken to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
He's dead, Jim!
on arrival.

The police were not sure about the motive for the killing.

Man rubbed out in Orangi

A middle-aged man was rubbed out in Orangi Town in the early hours of Tuesday.

Police said that Mohammad Jameel, 50, was targeted by armed motorcyclists in the Khairabad area of Orangi Town at about 3am.

The victim was taken to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where he died during treatment.

The police said that it was not immediately clear whether the victim was affiliated with any political or religious party.

Killed in Malir

A man was rubbed out in a Malir locality in the early hours of Tuesday.

Police said that that incident took place in Khokhrapar where motorcyclist targeted Nadeem Waqar, 45.

He was taken to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre where he was pronounced dead.
He's dead, Jim!
on arrival.

The police were not sure about the motive for the murder.

Man rubbed out

A man was rubbed out on Hawkesbay Road within the remit of the Mauripur cop shoppe in the early hours of Tuesday.

Police shifted the body to the Civil Hospital Bloody Karachi, where the victim was identified as Syed Saleem Ahmed. An identity card showing him as a constable of the excise police was found in his possession. He was a resident of Korangi C Area.

However,
corruption finds a dozen alibis for its evil deeds...
a senior officer of the excise and taxation department said that the victim did not belong to the department and the card recovered from him could be fake.

Three found rubbed out

Bullet-riddled bodies of three unidentified young men were found in Baldia Town and Lyari on Tuesday morning.

Police said that two of the three bodies were found in Baldia Town No 2 within the remit of the SITE-B cop shoppe.

The head of one of the victims had been separated from the body and was found across the road, said SITE SP Ali Asif.

The bodies were shifted to the Civil Hospital Bloody Karachi for medico-legal formalities. Both bodies sustained multiple gunshot wounds.

Another body of an unidentified man, stuffed in a gunny bag, was found in a garbage dump in Lyari within the remit of the Napier cop shoppe early on Tuesday morning.

The victim had been subjected to severe torture and then killed by firing. He appeared to be in his early-thirties.

Three bumped off in violent acts

A constable of the excise police, a middle-aged man and a pick-up driver were rubbed out in different city areas late on Monday night.

Police said that gunnies walked towards Shahid Brohi, who was on a cycle of violence and stuck in a traffic jam in front of the Good Luck marriage hall in the Old Golimar area, shot him in the head and escaped. He was a constable in the excise police and posted in the west zone.

In the Defence area, assailants riding a cycle of violence opened fire on a car driven by Abdul Wahid Qureshi, 55, within the remit of the Defence cop shoppe.

The maimed victim drove the car towards the Defence cop shoppe where he hit a pushcart. The police shifted him to the JPMC where he died during treatment. He was a resident of DHA Phase II.

In the Liaquatabad area, a pick-up driver, Farhan Akhtar, 25, was rubbed out near Erum Bakery late on Monday night.

The victim was a resident of Lasbela, the police said.
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