In Pakistan’s seaport city of Karachi, violence continues unabated. Yesterday, more people were killed by the unknown persons, and culprits set ablaze many vehicles. Violent acts and riots have also started enveloping some other cities of Sindh, which have also witness the incidents of firing and burning.
Violence has raising the death toll to more than 250 during the last 40 days. Multiple subversive events such as targetted killings, intense exchange of fire between two ethnic groups, emblazing the houses, shops, vehicles, kidnappings etc. keep on going periodically.
Sources indicate that Pushtuns led by Awami National Party (ANP) and Urdu-speaking people led by the Muhttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) are fighting against each others. On July 26 this year, six people including activists of Sindh Peoples’ Youth Organisation (SPYO) and those of the MQM were also killed.