Karachi: MQM man wounded
KARACHI: A worker of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement was critically wounded on Sunday in Ranchhore Line, witnesses and police said.
Nabi Bukhsh police said that the 34-year-old victim was standing along with some friends near a restaurant where he was shot and wounded by two attackers who were riding a motorcycle.
Witnesses said that the Muttahida worker, identified as Rizwan, son of Fayyaz, fell after he received a bullet in his neck.
The injured was shifted to the Civil Hospital where he was being operated upon late in the night.
Hospital sources said that the man was in a precarious condition as the injury he received was life threatening.
The MQM condemned the incident, terming it an act of open terrorism. Two Muttahida workers were killed and two others wounded in Landhi on Saturday night when attackers on three motorcycles opened fire on the victims.
The MQM’s coordination committee alleged that the terrorists belonging to the Muhajir Quami Movement (Haqiqi) were involved in the targeted killings.