Three MQM workers killed in Karachi by gangsters of
banned Peoples Amn Committee
Karachi…04th June 2012
Three MQM workers killed in Karachi in the result of firing of armed gangsters of banned Peoples Amn Committee. According to the details, in Meethadar area of Karachi, an MQM worker Mansoor was on his bangle shop, terrorist of Lyari gangster open fire him. Mansoor was died on the spot while another MQM worker Shahid was injured. According to the eye witness, assailent were four and they were on motorcycle. They belong to the Wasi Ullah group of banned Peoples Amn Committee.
In Bihar Colony area of old Lyari Karachi, Asim, an MQM sector member of Old Lyari was died after indiscriminate firing by terrorist of banned Peoples Amn Committee. Assailant belongs to the Zahid Ladla group of banned PAC.
In Azim Plaza area of Lyari, terrorists of same group open indiscriminate firing on MQM workers Umer Sharief and Qazi Anis. Both were rickshaw driver and they were sitting on their rickshaws. In result of firing, Umer Shaief was died while Qazi Anis seriously injured.
According to the report more than a dozen MQM workers were killed after stopping the Police operation against banned Peoples Amn Committee in Lyari. Killings, kidnapping for ransom, extortions and other criminal activities has accelerated in Karachi but no action has been taken by Police, Rangers and other law enforcement agencies. People of Karachi are very upset this situation and feel unsecure.
MQM Co-ordination Committee condemns killings of two MQM workers
Inaction on the part of law-enforcing agencies has emboldened criminal elements in Karachi
Karachi: 4th June 2012:
The Co-ordination Committee of Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) has strongly condemned the killing of Asim Ahsan, a worker of Old Lyari Sector, and Muhammad Mansoor, a worker of Unit UC – 3B of Ranchore Line Sector of the MQM at the hands of criminal elements. Asim Ahsan was killed in his clinic in Bihar Colony while Muhammad Mansoor was gunned down at his bangle's shop in Mithadar area. They expressed grave concerns on the increasing activities of the criminal elements in Karachi.
The Co-ordination Committee said that the criminal elements have started eliminating the MQM workers and the incidents of extortion, kidnapping for ransom, and antisocial elements have created feelings of being unprotected in the hearts and minds of citizens. They said that the activities of the criminal were continuing without any fear of the law, and it appeared that the MQM workers, businesspersons and the general public were left to the mercy of the criminal elements.
The Co-ordination Committee said that Karachi is the backbone of the economic activities of the country and hence the inaction on the part of law-enforcing agencies had emboldened the criminal elements, and they were operating in utter contempt of the law.
The Co-ordination Committee expressed sympathies to the bereaved family members of Asim Ahsan and Muhammad Mansoor and prayed for their divine forgiveness and eternal peace. The Co-ordination Committee demanded of President Asif Zardari, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Governor Sindh Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad and Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah to take serious notice of the killings of Asim Ahsan and Muhammad Mansoor. They also called for iron-fisted action against criminals involved in killings, kidnapping for ransom and extortion.