Karachi: Bodies of three more abducted men found
Karachi: Even as the law enforcement agencies continued an operation against target killers and extortionists in the city, the bodies of three more people, one of whom had been beheaded and cut into five pieces, were recovered from various parts of the city on Monday.
The bullet-riddled body of an unidentified man of about 30 years age, stuffed in a gunny bag, was found lying in the Gulzar-e-Hijri area in the Sachal police limits.
One of the passers-by saw the gunny bag and informed police, following which a police mobile shifted the corpse to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.
The hands and legs of the victim were tied with a piece of rope and he was brutally tortured before being killed. He suffered three bullet wounds on different parts of his body.
Quoting an eyewitness, the police said that four people driving a Suzuki Liana dumped the gunny bag from the moving vehicle in the area. The police also recovered a printed chit saying “Eid gift” on the corpse.
According to the police, some unidentified criminals kidnapped the man from an unidentified place and, after torturing him to death, they dumped his body in the area.
Meanwhile, another unidentified man, whose head was missing and whose body was cut into five pieces, was found dead in a gunny bag that was dumped near Gulshan-e-Behar situated in Orangi Town’s Sector 13 in the Pakistan Bazaar police limits.
Passers-by saw the gunny bag and informed police. When the police opened the bag they found the headless body that was cut into five pieces. The corpse was shifted to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital for a postmortem.
He was also kidnapped and then brutally tortured to death. The body of yet another unidentified man of about 55 years pf age was found from near the Lyari River in the Pak Colony police area.
Police shifted the corpse to the Civil Hospital for an autopsy, where the medico-legal officer said that the body was at least seven days old and that the man was strangulated to death.
Station House Officer Pak Colony Abdul Moeed told The News that the deceased looked like a Baloch and he was also kidnapped by unidentified criminals who later killed him and dumped his body in the area.
As these bodies were found, relatives of several missing people gathered outside the Supreme Court’s Karachi Registry and urged the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, to help recover their loved ones.
With tears in their eyes and holding pictures of the missing people, they said their loved ones had been missing for weeks.
They complained that the police had refused to help find their relatives. They said that with bodies being found in the city almost on a daily basis, they were worried about the safety of their relatives.