Two Lives Lost, Two Wounded in Karachi Robbery Resistance Incident

News Desk3 months ago

As a man pursued criminals who had hurt another citizen during a robbery attempt, he was slain close to Powerhouse Chowrangi in New Karachi.

As they tried to take his cell phone as he was seated outside his home, thieves shot injured citizen Yaseen in the leg, according to his family. They said that minutes later, there was another shooting event nearby that claimed the life of another civilian.

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According to Karachi police, the alleged thieves shot Yaseen for resisting their advances and then left the area.

Amir, the victim, was one of the bystanders who attempted to apprehend the bandits when they opened fire on others who pursued them, according to the police.

52 people have died this year as a result of thieves killing a fruit vendor in another incident that happened close to Anda Mor in North Karachi.

Shujaat, 70, was recognized as the victim. The deceased was taken to the hospital by the police for a postmortem. The shooting incident on Shahrah-e-Noor Jahan in North Nazimabad resulted in the injuries of a third civilian.

It is important to note that, thus far in Ramadan, at least 12 civilians have perished as a result of resistance to robbery.

The Shaheen Force was called in by Karachi police in response to an increase in crime that was murdering dozens of civilians.

Details indicate that multiple Shaheen Force squads have been formed to combat street crimes, and the District West police sent a 150-member team for a refresher instruction.

In order to combat the criminals in the city, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) also established a specialized unit and launched a planned crackdown.

Sindh Ghulam Nabi Memon, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), called a high-level meeting and assigned a team of 67 Karachi police officers, 60 of whom will be deployed from different districts and seven of whom are elite members, to handle the most critical cases.

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