Karachi: Rickshaw driver murder case mystery solved
Karachi: According to The News, The Investigation team of West Zone has succeeded in solving a blind murder case of a rickshaw driver who was brutally killed by a bus driver and conductor, during the month of Ramazan, in front of his wife and daughters. SSP Khurram Waris of Investigation West Zone said that, the incident happened in Mominabad area on September 6th, 2010. He added that the accused persons had thrown Kamran’s body from a moving bus and fled the scene. He said that it was a blind murder case, as no clue of the bus or the accused were known. SSP Waris said that he personally took up the case and led the investigation. The rickshaw driver, Kamran Ahmed Siddiqi aged 38, was the lone breadwinner of his family and the incident occurred near Pakistan Book Stall, Sector-11E, Orangi Town. Investigation revealed that Kamran was returning from an Eid shopping trip with his wife and two daughters when a recklessly driven mini-bus of route crashed into his rickshaw. Siddiqi chased the bus as the bus driver was trying to speed away from the spot. However, Siddiqi managed to get on board the bus. A scuffle then ensued between Siddiqi, the unidentified bus driver and conductor, who used a steel rod and screwdriver to hit Siddiqi. The bus driver and conductor then threw a seriously wounded Siddiqi from the bus and fled the scene.
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