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India-Pakistan
ASWJ man gunned down
2013-02-08
[Dawn] A worker of the 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...
Electric Supply Company, also said to be affiliated with the Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat, was rubbed out on Khalid Bin Waleed Road on Wednesday, police said.

They said assailants riding a cycle of violence intercepted Ayaz Khan, 35, when he was heading towards his office in the morning, fired at him and rode away.

The maimed was taken to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre, where he was pronounced dead.
He's dead, Jim!
on arrival. He was working with the KESC as a meter reader and was posted at the Khalid Bin Waleed Road office of the power utility.

An ASWJ front man said the victim was their active member and a former in-charge of the Mehmoodabad sector of the party's organizational structure.

A large number of people attended his funeral prayer at Makki Masjid in Mehmoodabad No 4.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, the KESC expressed deep sorrow over the killing of its meter reader, Ayaz Khan, by unknown attackers at the gate of Operation Centre No 1, Bahadurabad.

It demanded a thorough inquiry into the attack and fast justice against the culprits.

The power utility also asked the law-enforcement agencies to provide foolproof security at its business centres, offices and installations so as to protect employees as well as visiting consumers.

Man killed in 'sectarian' attack

A young man was bumped off in Gulshan-e-Iqbal on Wednesday evening. Police said assailants riding a cycle of violence and apparently following Syed Afzal Hussain Naqvi, 30, fired at him near Safoora Chowrangi within the remit of the Sachal cop shoppe and escaped. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.
He's dead, Jim!
on arrival. He was a resident of Amroha Society. Following the incident, tension gripped the locality. The body was taken to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre for a post-mortem examination.

Condemning the killing, a front man for the Majlis Wehdat-e-Moslemeen described the murder as part of the ongoing sectarian killings taking place in the city.

However,
by candlelight every wench is handsome...
the Sachal SHO said that apparently the victim had been killed due to his political affiliation.

One killed, two maimed in 'snatching bid'

A man was killed and two brothers were maimed when gunnies fired at them in what police described as a cash snatching attempt in the old city area on Wednesday.

Police said the two brothers, Aun Ali and Ali Raza, with their employee Aleem Pervaiz, were taking around Rs700,000 from their shop probably to a bank branch in a rickshaw when two men on a cycle of violence intercepted them near the Civil Hospital Bloody Karachi and tried to snatch the cash.

Upon resistance they opened fire and expeditiously departed at a goodly pace, DIG-South Shahid Hayat said, adding that as a result the employee suffered fatal bullet wounds. He was rushed to the Civil Hospital Bloody Karachi, where he was pronounced dead.
He's dead, Jim!
However,
man does not live by words alone, despite the fact that sometimes he has to eat them...
the two brothers, said to be members of the Bohra community, suffered minor wounds and were said to be in a stable condition, he added.

Two suspects killed in 'encounter'

Two suspected bandidos were killed and a policeman was maimed in what police described as an encounter in Nazimabad on Wednesday evening.

The police said two suspects were snatching valuables from some passers-by near Gol Market in Nazimabad No 3 when a police patrol arrived at the scene.

The suspects fired on the police in a bid to escape. A bullet hit police constable Mohammad Manzoor and the police also returned fire. During the shootout the two suspects suffered fatal gunshot wounds and was struck down in his prime, the police said.

The police claimed to have recovered pistols from them.

The bodies were shifted to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital for medico-legal formalities.

Till late in the night, both the men remained unidentified.

Body found in gunny bag

The body of an unidentified young man was found beneath the Banaras flyover on Wednesday morning.

Police said the body, stuffed in a gunny bag, bore torture marks. However,
Caliphornia hasn't yet slid into the ocean, no matter how hard it's tried...
no gunshot wound was found on the body.

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

Bus torched

Unknown men set on fire a bus in North Nazimabad on Wednesday evening.

Police said the incident took place near the Five-Star Chowrangi where gunnies intercepted a bus and set it on fire.

Quoting the bus driver, North Nazimabad SP Khurram Waris said the driver had an altercation with some youngsters in the morning. He suspected that the same men torched the vehicle, he added.
Posted by:Fred

#1  Here I thought the guy wrote Naval Strategy books as a AntiSubmarine Warfare Journalist.
Posted by: Skidmark   2013-02-08 00:41  

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