More Violence Rocks Pakistan in Wake of Benazir Bhutto Assassination
President Musharraf Condemned Terrorists Responsible
Pakistani Planes and Trains Not RunningÂ
More violence from Pakistan in the aftermath of the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. According to the The International News, PIA has cancelled all flights and railway officials have suspended the trains.
After Benazir Bhutto was killed in bomb explosion and firing in Rawalpindi, various, this, incidents of violence were seen in Karachi while shops, markets and petrol pumps were closed.
The protesters set a four-storey building on fire in Boat Basin, Clifton whereas a 30-year-old person, Abdul Qadir died in firing in Nazimabad-Orangabad.
Another person, named Ghulam Akbar was killed in firing by unknown persons in Hussain Dâ€™silva Town, Shara-e-Noorjehan.
A 32-year-old pedestrian was shot dead by unknown persons in the area of Baghdadi while more than 18 persons were injured in various areas.
Protesters came out in streets and burnt tyres to block roads in various areas including Lyari, Liaquatabad, Nazimabad, Patel Para, Quaidabad, Gizri, Punjab Chowrangi, Shirin Jinnah Colony, Boat Basin, Memon Goth, Gadap Town, Bin Qasim Town, Bakrapiri, Jehangir Road, Mehmoodabad, Dalmia, Pehlwan Goth, Surjani Town, MA Jinnah Road, Lea Market, Malir Halt, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, National Highway, Sohrab Goth and Abul Hasan Isphahani Road.
Over hundred vehicles were burnt in various areas whereas 16 banks were set on fire. These included five in Ghas Mandi, three each in Gul Bahar and Malir, two each in Gulshan-e-Hadeed and SITE and one in Korangi.
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