Ex-college principal Sibt-e-Jaffar among 8 shot dead in Karachi

KARACHI (SANA): Eight people, including a former college principal, were shot dead in separate incidents of violence in Karachi on Monday.

According to reports, Danish, 25, was gunned down inside his shop in a drive-by shooting at Gharibabad Colony in Liaqatabad.

Sub-inspector Zahid Hussain was gunned down in Jamhoria Colony near Kala Pull.

A 22-year-old girl was found dead near garbage dump in Korangi. Muhammad Ali was killed in Ghas Mandi. Two dead bodies were found from Machar Colony.

Nadeem Mahsud, brother of Taliban commander Abdul Mahsud, was killed in a shootout with police on Manghopir Road.

A principal of local government college was gunned down, prompting teachers to announce closure of colleges across the Sindh today (Tuesday).

Police said Professor Syed Sibt-e-Jaffar was on his way on motorbike when unidentified armed men shot him dead near Sindhi Hotel, a busy market place in Liaqatabad area.

The deceased was serving as a principal of Government Degree College Liaqatabad, Qasimabad.

Meanwhile, Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association (SPLA) announced to close colleges across the province on Tuesday in protest against their colleague’s murder in broad daylight.

Police said tortured body of a 22-year-old girl was found dumped on a garbage heap in Korangi Sector 32-A.

Officials said the girl, who could not be identified, was slaughtered with a sharp-edged weapon after being tortured.

Meanwhile, 25-year-old Danish was shot dead in his puncture shop in Gharib Abad area where unknown biker riders targeted him.

Rangers continued their crackdown in Landhi and other localities, arresting dozens of suspected criminal

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