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Karachi firing incidents kills above 60

Latest Breaking News / Karachi firing incidents kills above 60 > Firing incidents in different areas of Karachi still continue and more then 60 peoples killed. Fire exchange is continuing last three days, E Pakistan News Reported on Friday July 8, 2011.

Karachi firing incidents kills above 60








According to report, ten vehicles torched in different areas of the biggest city of Pakistan Karachi on Thursday. Many Peoples got serious injuries due to fire incidents.


Passengers Buses also were targeted by Suspects and 34 more bodies were recovered by Police. Six year old girl also killed by firing.


Peoples of the targeted areas are facing problems like shortage of Food, Water and other normal things of life.


Several roads are blocked due to unrest in the Karachi City. Maximum Peoples frightened and they did not come out from their homes. Traffic Jam heavily in the different areas and petrol pumps are also closed.


Interior Miniter Rehman Malik Reached at Karachi airport and talk to the media.


Rehman Malik said the operation start today any time in the unrest areas of the Karachi against criminal elements.


Police and Rangers also high alert on the unrest areas.

Written By E Pakistan News Staff Member.






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