Three policemen killed in Karachi


At least three policemen were killed in an attack on a police vehicle in the Patel Para area of Karachi on Sunday morning.

The Superintendent of Police at Jamshed Town told media personnel that unknown assailants sprayed bullets on a police mobile vehicle.

Moreover, he said the attack appeared to be pre-planned.

Police subsequently cordoned off the area and investigations into the incident went underway.

The three policemen killed in the line of duty belonged to Jamshed Town police station and were standing guard outside a local hospital when attackers targeted them.

Meanwhile, in a separate incident, unknown assailants lobbed a grenade at Gabool park in Lyari, killing at least one person and injuring seven others, including three children and a woman.


  1. Again rise of Altaf don terrorists and once again started terrorism before this incident MQM terrorists killed 2 ANP and 1 PTI workers.Also same old faces in Sindh government how can they bring changed as same failed government ruling Sindh and new federal also silent on terrorism.Federal should take strict actions against MQM terrorism also ban Altaf don,s telephonic speeches as well as ban his terrorist organization MQM in Pakistan.Altaf don is foreign agent and not Pakistani national he cant be well wisher of Pakistan.New government take tough actions against Altaf thug and his terrorists.

  2. MQM Militants Mafia active again in Karachi. PML N Govt., Minster of Interior should take strict action against these Terror Mafia and their Don Altaf Hussain and bring the culprit to Pakistan.

  3. These chronic actions are only done by MQM in karachi. They are Mafia, and their Altaf Bhai sitting outside the country tell them what to do, Altaf hussain should bring to pakistan and handed over to the government. Killing the innocent is their profession.

  4. Now PML N Govt. should consider that Karachi should be handed over to the Army, as the MQM Militants Mafia is playing with the lives of innocent and peaceful people of Karachi.

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