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KARACHI: Two men were gunneddown and three bodies found in the city on Wednesday. A youngman was attacked in Gali–7 of NaavaLane in Kalakot. Kalakot SHOChandKhanNiazi said the police shifted 25-year-oldMohammadOwais to the CivilHospitalKarachi (CHK), where he succumbed to his injuries. Preliminary investigations revealed that Owais was a resident of the same area where he was targeted. He was sitting outside his house when two men on a motorcycle arrived there, openedfire on him and fled.
The victim suffered three bullet wounds on his body. The police found empty9mmpistolshells at the crimescene that were sent to the forensic division.
The SHO said the victim was a university student and according to his family, neither had any enemies, nor a criminal record at any policestation.
The policeofficer said the murder appeared to be motivated by personal enmity, but the possibility of targetkilling would also be probed.
Separately, a man was murdered and another injured near SaghirCentre in the YousafPlazaarea of the FederalB Area.
Sub–DivisionalPoliceOfficerSaleemAkhtarSiddiqi of the Azizabad Division said the police shifted the two men to the AbbasiShaheedHospital (ASH), where GulaabDeen succumbed to his injuries while AbdulRazzaq managed to survive.
Witnesses told the police that Deen and Razzaq were on a motorcycle, heading towards the YousufPlazaarea from RashidMinhasRoad, when two men on a motorcycle openedfire on them.
The police officer said the motive behind the attack is unclear, but both the angles of personal enmity and targetkilling would be investigated.
In another case, the bullet–riddled bodies of two men were found at the main LinkRoad of SuperHighway in the MemonGotharea.
MemonGothSHORaoMohammedKhalid said the bodies were shifted to the ASH.
During examination, it was found that the two men were brutally tortured before being murdered.
He added that the no identification cards were found on the bodies. However, the two men appeared to be Pakhtuns.
The police also aired a message on their control system about the bodies, but until the filing of this report, neither had anyone approached the police or the hospital to identify the victims, nor was there a missing person complaintlodged with any policestation.
Another bullet–riddled body was found in bushes at the hills of Bund Murad in Manghopir.
Sub–DivisionalPoliceOfficer Jawed Bhatti of the Manghopir Division said the body was shifted to the ASH. A medical examination revealed that the deceased was brutally tortured and then shot four times in different parts of his body.
The officer said a message was aired on the control system, but nobody had approached the police to identify the victim.