School owner among four killed, 6 injured in Karachi violenceAugust 3, 2014
KARACHI: Private school owner among four people was gunned down and six others injured in different firing incidents in the city on Monday. 50-year-old owner of Crescent Public School, Haji Malik Ishaq, son of Zafar Iqbal, was shot dead when unidentified armed men opened fire on him near his school in Saeedabad, Baldia Town Sector 4-D. The body was shifted to Civil Hospital Karachi (CHK) for a postmortem examination.
According to police, a woman, Seema, wife of Mateen Ahmed, was found dead at Memon Goth near a farm house in Malir area. The body was shifted to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) for medico-legal formalities.
Faqeer Mohammad, 38, son of Khan Mohammad, resident of Landhi, was gunned down by unknown persons in New Muzaffarabad, Street No 4. The body was shifted to JPMC for autopsy.
In another firing incident, an unknown person, 20, was gunned down by unknown snipers near Mewa Shah Road, Lyari River. The body was shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.
In yet another incident, Shahzeb, 25, son of Farooque, Naeem, 30, son of Faheem both residents of Baldia, were injured by unknown armed persons near Baldia Jungle School. They were shifted to CHK for treatment.
Separately, two men, Asif, 25, son of Waheed, and Umair, 22, son of Irshad, were shot and injured when unknown culprits opened fire on their car in Ranchor Lane. The injured were shifted to CHK for treatment.
In another incident, Ghazanfar, 30, son of Fateh, resident of New Karachi was injured in firing of unknown persons near Shafique Mor, Afroz Textile, New Karachi. He was shifted to ASH for treatment.
Meanwhile, Ghulam Ahmed Siddique, 50, was shot and injured by unknown robbers resisting in a robbery bid in Landhi. The injured was shifted to JPMC for treatment.
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