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Karachi: 20 more peoples killed on Sunday

Karachi Pakistan News: At least 20 peoples were killed and near about 40 also were injured in Karachi, in the last 3 days at least 50 persons killed due to firing, E Pakistan News July 25, 2011.

Karachi: 20 more killed on Sunday







According to the Staff Reporter, Government of Sindh again banned the pillion riding on motorcycle due to the un-peace in the city.


Ban of Pillion riding applicable on July 25, 2011. Peoples of the city facing many problems again due to pillion riding ban on motorbike.


Interior Minister Rehman Malik stated that the time is need to coordination of all political parties on the current issues of Karachi peace.


Rehman Malik Said the Home Minister Manzoor Wassan is able to control on the current situation of the city and maintain the law and order.


In last 3 days at least 50 peoples were gun down in the Pakistan biggest city Karachi. Violence is still created tension in all the citizens. Citizens are very afraid they did not go for jobs. Many problems are created by criminal suspects for citizens.


Karachi is a biggest city of the Pakistan. The situation of the all over the city is not peaceful. All workers, citizens and business communities are disturb, they did not work properly for his basic needs of lives.


Interior Minister stated that the all political parties play roll to make peace in the economic core city Karachi.

Written by E Pakistan News Staff Reporter on Monday July 25, 2011.

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