At least four persons, including two militants
belonging to Sunni Tehreek (ST) were killed
in separate incidents in Karachi on April
15, reports Daily Times. Two armed
assailants fired bullets at two ST activists,
identified as Rashid (30) and Yahya (35),
sitting near their residences in Gulshan-e-Zahoor
area within the jurisdiction of Brigade Police
Station. A Police Official said that they
found sixteen empty shells of 9 mm pistol
from the crime scene.  Spokesman of ST
Fahim Sheikh said both victims were active
workers of the ST.
Separately, a supporter of the Muttahida Qaumi
Movement (MQM), identified as Arsalan (24),
was shot dead and three others wounded when
unidentified militants opened fired at the
youngsters playing cricket near Baitul Mukarram
Mosque within the remit of Aziz Bhatti Police
Station. The injured were identified as Hazim
Iqbal, Asif and Junaid.
In another incident, an unidentified man was
shot dead in Urdu Bazaar within the limits
of Aram Bagh Police Station.
In addition, an MQM activist, Abdul Mateen,
was shot at and injured in Surjani Police
Also, a Crime Investigation Departmentís (CID)
Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Dilshad Hussain
was wounded in a firing incident near Shaheen
Complex and Pervez Rafiq in Orangi Town.
In a separate firing incident, two youngsters
identified as Talha Khan (18), and Mohammad
Ali (20), received bullets injuries near Teen
Hatti area of Liaquatabad.
Meanwhile, at least three alleged militants
of the Peopleís Amn Committee (PAC) were arrested
during a targeted operation in Khadda Market
within the remit of Baghdadi Police Station.
They were identified as Bilal, Rahim alias
Rahim Dada and Naeem. Police officials said
that the arrested suspects were wanted in
several cases of murder, attempt to murder,
narcotics, abduction-for-ransom and extortion.