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  1. KARACHI: A prisoner held in custody inside the city's Landhi Jail passed away Thursday night, police said, citing his drug issues. According to the police, the deceased was addicted to drugs and, consequently, the withdrawal exacerbated his condition, following which they decided to move him to a hospital. However, the prisoner expired on way to the hospital, police stated. On the other hand, the prisoner's brother alleged that it was police brutality that killed the prisoner. He claimed his brother was beaten up by the authorities, leading to his death. The deceased's brother then went on to appeal to the Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah, as well as Governor Sindh Muhammad Zubair and other top officials, to take notice of the event.
  2. KARACHI: A security guard was shot dead during a robbery attempt Thursday night here in the city's Mehmoodabad area, Geo News reported citing police. Authorities said the guard was killed following resistance during the robbery. Two extortionists arrested On the other hand, two extortionists were arrested late night during an operation carried out in Pakistan Bazaar in the metropolis' Orangi Town area, law enforcement agencies (LEAs) said. According to the Superintendent of Police (SP) for Orangi Town, weapons were also recovered from the arrested extortionists.
  3. KARACHI: At least four suspects were arrested Friday night following a police operation here in the city's Khawaja Ajmeer Nagri area, Geo News reported. The arrested suspects ? who have been identified as Jibran, Adil, Usama, and Shehroz ? had looted Rs. 1.1 million from a citizen, authorities said, adding the victim's driver was said to be involved with the robbers. Police said the looted cash, as well as weapons, two motorcycles, and mobile phones, had been recovered from the detained suspects. However, police are still conducting raids to search for the arrested suspects' accomplices.
  4. File Photo KARACHI: Police and personnel of the Anti-Encroachment Cell (AEC) carried out an operation Thursday night against illegal encroachments in the city, clearing roadsides from Landi Kotal Chowrangi to Five-Star Chowrangi, Geo News reported. Numerous people and traders who protested against the operation were taken into custody, authorities said. Last Saturday, the Supreme Court chided the Sindh government for failing to get thousands of amenity plots cleared of illegal encroachments in the city. The apex court expressed annoyance at the Karachi Development Authority (KDA) for failing to clear public recreational places of illegal encroachments and 'china cutting' (illegal carving), and rejected the report submitted by the KDA in the case. Also read: Supreme Court slams KDA over inaction in illegal encroachments case The KDA had informed the Supreme Court earlier that thousands of square yards of 35,000 amenity plots in the city had been taken over through 'china cutting'. It was also revealed that KDA land worth over Rs1 trillion was illegally occupied.
  5. File Photo KARACHI: A minor boy whose body was found here near the city's National Stadium Road was killed of asphyxiation, initial investigation reports revealed Thursday night. Police added they suspect the minor boy was sexually abused before being killed. Teacher alleged of inappropriate touching detained On the other hand, in Okara, a teacher accused of inappropriately touching a verbally and aurally challenged girl was taken into police custody. Family of girl who was raped, killed protest in Quetta The bereaved family and relatives of a girl, 13, who was raped and killed in Mastung earlier protested in Quetta here Thursday night, demanding justice for the deceased. Man held for kidnapping daughter in Bahawalnagar A man and his accomplice were detained in Bahawalnagar Thursday night for kidnapping the former's minor daughter in Haroonabad, police said. Authorities believe the father of the girl, eight, planned to kill his daughter in order to frame his rivals and file a case against them.
  6. KARACHI: A tense mood prevailed in the city's Bahadurabad locale after police subjected a tea shop owner to torture over resisting arrest near Char Minar Chowrangi, leading people to chant against police brutality and resulting in a clash. The discord between law enforcement authorities (LEAs) and civilians erupted after police attempted to take into custody the owner of a dhaba (tea shop), claiming that robberies have become rampant in the surroundings and that people staying out late "cannot be innocent". When the shop owner resisted detention, police resorted to force and subsequently subjected him to torture publicly, which, in turn, led people in the area to chant against police brutality and officers abusing the law. Restaurants in the area have been ordered close amid frequent robberies nearby, Station Police Officer (SHO) for New Town said, adding that "no tea shop is to remain open after 2 AM". Further, in an unexpected comment, the SHO claimed, "People sitting at restaurants late at night cannot be innocent."
  7. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan pictured while addressing a press conference at the Jinnah International Airport here on Saturday, January 27, 2018. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan on Saturday lashed out on the Sindh police as he discussed 'rampant extrajudicial killings' in the province. "Karachi's biggest problem is its police," Imran claimed, praising the police department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) ? where his party formed the government after the 2013 election. "Aasma's father did not ask the army chief for justice because he trusts the KP police," Imran said while addressing the media at the Jinnah International Airport. Lashing out at the Sindh and Punjab police, he alleged that the law enforcement force in both provinces was involved in extrajudicial killings. "Police in both Punjab and Sindh are involved in extrajudicial killings," he said. "When police officials carry out orders to kill people, they start killing [citizens] on their own too."
  8. KARACHI: A case was registered Thursday night over the hand grenade attack earlier in the day in the metropolis' Kharadar area that claimed one life, police sources said. The case was filed in Kharadar police station, against two unidentified persons ? who, according to the police, were riding a motorcycle ? under the name of Muhammad Ismail, one of the six people who was wounded in the attack. One dead, five injured in grenade attack in Karachi?s Kharadar The attack took place near a shop in Kharadar ? one of the several neighbourhoods of Saddar The clauses of murder and attempted murder have been included in the case, which comprises Anti-Terrorism Act and Explosives Act, law enforcement agencies (LEAs) said. At least one person had died in a grenade attack in Kharadar's Chagla Street ? one of the several neighbourhoods of Saddar ? while six people were reportedly injured. The wounded were shifted to Civil Hospital. The attack took place near a cloth shop in Kharadar.
  9. File Photo KARACHI: At least one person was shot dead by two dacoits late Monday night during a robbery attempt here in Awami Colony of the metropolis' Korangi locale, sources told Geo News. It is unclear, however, whether any of the businessmen looted were wounded in the firing. The two suspects escaped with cash looted from three shops and vendors in the same area, sources stated, adding that the robbers opened fire when the businessmen and traders resisted.
  10. KARACHI: A lawyer ? who reportedly misbehaved with police a few days ago and caused a ruckus near Sea View ? was arrested late Saturday night, police sources said, adding that he was detained from the metropolis' Defence locale. In a video doing rounds on the social media, the lawyer ? identified by the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) as Shams-ul-Islam ? can be seen behaving rudely with the security officials in the city's Sea View area and then speeding away. According to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Javed Akbar, LEAs were on their regular rounds on Dr Abdul Sattar Edhi road for snap-checking to prevent speedsters and racing-related incidents in the area. Video shows motorist misbehaving with Karachi police Citizen lost his temper when stopped by police officials on Sea View Islam, however, drove off after the argument. A case has been registered against the offender, with charges listed against him comprising obstruction of justice and threatening police officers, LEAs disclosed. In addition, police said Islam was driving with a fake registration plate on his car ? which can be identified as an Audi. According to Islam's comments the day the incident took place, he had said he was already slowing down due to a speed breaker when police officials stopped his vehicle by banging on the bonnet. To that, he had responded, "How do you know what the background is?" Islam then added that he was not racing since "there was no competitor" and questioned the police officials' presence at the spot when "the whole of DHA was exposed". Islam had also claimed that the police officials present at the picket were harassing citizens and there was no wrongdoing on his part. Earlier, in a statement, Akbar had said it was not right for Islam to behave in the manner he did and, if there were reservations or complaints, he should have approached a senior officer to lodge a complaint. "His behaviour can be seen in the video, we all can tell whose behaviour was inappropriate." The police officer had added that an inquiry into the incident will be conducted and action be taken against those responsible.
  11. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/ced52c9defc61f1fbc737a7a4f149f45.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTIvMjMvMjAxNyAzOjQ4OjQxIFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9MmV4bWVnVmdubjlTZ3dOUVg4bGpnQT09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] KARACHI: Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan Chief Farooq Sattar said on Saturday that the party is against the land mafia, adding that they respect the Supreme Court?s verdict, but will not let Karachi residents get displaced. The MQM-P leader was addressing a ceremony outside the Press Club, protesting the operation against encroachment being carried out across the city. Sattar said that the protest is against the insensitivity of the Sindh government. ?The provincial government is lavishing things on specific people and with aid of officials is seizing land,? said Sattar. The MQM-P chief said that the process of the displacement of the residents should stop and his party will not stand this injustice. He further said that the MQM-P has always peacefully protested over issues, adding that the party is legally and politically standing beside the people of Karachi. On Nov 29, in a report presented by Karachi Development Authority (KDA) before Supreme Court?s Karachi registry, it was disclosed that thousands of square yards of 35,000 amenity plots in the metropolis have been taken over through 'china cutting' (illegal carving). The court ordered KDA, Karachi Metropolitan Corporation, and Deputy Commissioners to immediately evacuate the occupation of the plots coming under their mandated domains, and directed the development authority to cancel allotments of welfare plots with immediate effect.
  12. File Photo KARACHI: A dead body was recovered here in the city late Friday night, while at least two people were wounded in separate incidents, rescue sources revealed. The body of a woman was discovered from the Hijrat Colony area of the metropolis, with rescue officials saying it had a noose tied around the neck. No further details, however, were disclosed. A firing incident left one person injured in Landhi No. 3 area, rescue sources said, adding that the wounded was shot over resistance during a robbery attempt. Car, rickshaw collision in Lahore A car and a rickshaw crashed into each other near the city's Jinnah Hospital, rescue officials stated. Following the incident, the rickshaw driver was injured as the rickshaw caught fire ? which was later doused ? the rescue sources explained. The wounded rickshaw driver was shifted to a nearby hospital, rescue officials added.
  13. File Photo KARACHI: Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) shot dead a suspect late Friday night during an alleged encounter in the city's Abyssinia Lines area, they said. The suspect was initially taken into custody in a wounded state following the encounter but succumbed to his injuries. It was unclear whether he died on way to or at the hospital. Police also recovered weapons from the deceased suspect. Body recovered Rescue authorities recovered a dead body near Naala Stop in the metropolis' Orangi Town. The body is yet to be identified.
  14. File Photo KARACHI: Governor of Sindh Muhammad Zubair has asked the Swiss investors to come up with investments here as a conducive atmosphere prevails following the restoration of law and order. Zubair was talking to Thomas Kolly ? the Swiss Ambassador to Pakistan ? who called on him at the Governor House here on Tuesday. Bilateral ties and matters pertaining to investment and trade came up for discussion during the meeting. The governor spoke of bilateral relations between the two countries spanning over six decades and said these relations are growing further with the passage of time. He was of the view that the Swiss investors can invest in various sectors in the provinces and extend assistance in the realms of science and technology. Zubair informed that a very conducive investment prevails especially in Karachi after the restoration of law in the metropolis. He assured that the government on its part would extend every possible cooperation. The Governor also lauded the role of Kolly towards further enhancing the bilateral ties. The Envoy, in response, said the Swiss investors are interested to invest in various sectors. He added that enhanced ties between Switzerland and Pakistan are the need of the hour. Kolly lauded the role of the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) for their role towards the restoration of law and order. He was of the view that improved law and order has also enhanced the confidence of the Swiss investors. The Envoy said that with China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Pakistan will enter a new era of prosperity.
  15. File Photo KARACHI: Authorities said Friday night they had apprehended at least 21 people following a search operation carried out here in Awami Colony of the metropolis' Korangi area. Earlier, police had disclosed they were conducting an operation in Awami Colony, Burmi Colony, and nearby areas, and that all entry and exit points were therefore sealed. A door-to-door search was carried out and residents' documents were being verified during the process. Security officials also said they were checking the identification documents of the suspects currently being held in custody.
  16. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/39ebceea6e0ac5957d1a8582859477c4.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvMjIvMjAxNyAzOjI4OjEzIFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9WVIvbjBkWjRnN2ttUGRreDg4MUdrQT09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] KARACHI: Governor Sindh Mohammad Zubair said on Wednesday the delay in completion of Green Line bus project in Karachi is due to the provincial government, however, added the project would become operational by May, next year. The statement was made as the Sindh governor interacted with newsmen during his visit to Karachi's Hyderi area, where he reviewed progress of work on the project. Zubair said Karachi used to be considered as one of the most dangerous cities in the world. "The megapolis has witnessed a miraculous change over the last four years, with major crimes eliminated from the city." He said Rangers performed brilliantly in the city and the purpose to have the paramilitary force in the megapolis is to not allow the law and order situation to deteriorate again, and for the people to remain satisfied. The Sindh governor further said a major chunk of the Karachi package has been allocated for the city's infrastructure. He said the Green Line bus service would be operational by April or May, 2018.
  17. Emergency services respond to a fire that erupted at a flour mill in the Nazimabad locale of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, November 21, 2017. Geo.tv/Qamar Ali KARACHI: Fire erupted at a flour factory late Monday night here in the metropolis' Nazmiabad area when a boiler exploded, engulfing the building's entire top floor in flames. There was no labourer inside the building ? a two-storey structure ? at the time of the blaze, emergency services explained, adding that the boiler is located on its rooftop. Six fire tenders and at least 18 firefighters are currently engaged in trying to bring under control and douse the fire. The fire spread through the top floor when the boiler exploded at around 2:45 AM PST local time, prompting emergency services authorities to be called to the scene immediately. While the flames rage on an hour later, the fire is expected to be brought under control shortly.
  18. The protesters have been staging a sit-in at Numaish roundabout. ? Geo News KARACHI: Workers of a religious parties once again gathered on Karachi's MA Jinnah Road Monday evening and blocked it for traffic. The protesters have been staging a sit-in at the Numaish roundabout on the main thoroughfare of the megapolis. The protest causes long queues of vehicles on the city's MA Jinnah Road. ? Geo News They have blocked one of the tracks leading from Numaish roundabout to Sea Breeze Hospital closed for traffic The vehicles entering into Saddar via Guru Mandar are being diverted through People's Secretariat, traffic police say. A large number of commuters, returning from work, seek a clear passage as one of the tracks of the MA Jinnah Road lies closed. ? Geo News Similarly, the traffic on Shahrah-e-Quaideen is being diverted through Kashmir Road and Corridor-III, they added.
  19. KARACHI: For Karachi mayor and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairperson Mustafa Kamal allotted 1,200 illegal plots of land in the metropolis, said an anti-corruption inquiry report on Monday. The plots were allotted in the Mehmoodabad area of the metropolis when Kamal was the mayor of Karachi. The land was marked to be used for the construction of a treatment plant. According to sources in the anti-corruption body, permission has been sought to register a case against the PSP chairman. The request to register the case against Kamal is part of the inquiry into the TPT project. The land meant to be used for the construction of a treatment plant was allotted illegally to residents of Lines Area, with the project still not functional. Sources added that the total area of the land was 61 acres, which was divided into 1200 residential plots and the design of the project was also changed. The change in design pushed the cost of the project upwards to Rs18 billion. Earlier in 2016, former city nazim Mustafa Kamal formed a new party in a direct challenge to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). He was formerly associated with MQM.
  20. KARACHI: Eight alleged terrorists were shot dead Saturday night by Rangers and Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) personnel in Raees Goth area of Baldia Town, a spokesperson of the former said. Of the eight suspects, five were killed on spot, while three others were wounded but expired en route to the hospital, the law enforcement agencies' official explained. However, the exchange of gunfire left one CTD officer and two Rangers personnel wounded. Authorities were in the process of identifying the deceased following the encounter with terrorists, the spokesperson stated, adding that some others managed to escape and a search operation was consequently underway. Weapons and explosive materials, among other things, were recovered from the terrorists' hideout, the spokesperson mentioned. Firing injures child A child was left wounded during a random firing incident Saturday night in Landhi's Mansehra Colony, rescue sources said. The cause of firing, however, remains unknown, the rescue sources added.
  21. KARACHI: An alleged target killer ? reported to belong to Muttahida Quami Movement-London (MQM-L) ? was arrested Saturday night following a raid carried out in the city's Manghopir area, police officials revealed. The suspect ? who has been identified as Amir (alias Kaala) ? confessed to being part of MQM-L during questioning after his arrest, superintendent of police (SP)-Orangi Abid Ali Baloch stated. Amir was rounded up from near the border between Sindh and Balochistan, the police official explained, adding that he had earlier vanished somewhere in Sarkan in the westside province. The detainee ? from whom weapons and contraband were recovered ? was said to have been smuggling drugs from Balochistan to Karachi, Baloch said. He was the party's in-charge for Surjani's Taiser Town area.
  22. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/836c59966bcebc9fa7df002b05f7394a.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9OS8yMC8yMDE3IDM6MDI6MzggUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1UbFQ4TlovVnpzWkxrV2pDcm1LZEhRPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] KARACHI: Citizens witnessed a massive traffic jam on Karachi's II Chundrigar Road as long queues of vehicles were formed on Wednesday evening. Commuters returning home from work were stuck as traffic remained clogged mostly. It has been learnt that gridlock resulted from a religious gathering near II Chundrigar Road - one of the main thoroughfares of the metropolis. The snarl-up caused congestion on connecting arteries in the vicinity, offering great difficulties to citizens. Several traffic cops tried to maintain the flow of traffic, but the vehicles moved at a snail's pace after long pauses.
  23. Twelve people drowned at Hawkesbay Beach in Karachi late Saturday afternoon. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: Twelve people drowned at Hawkesbay Beach in Karachi late Saturday afternoon. Nine bodies were recovered while a search operation for the remaining bodies is underway, rescue sources said. Three Saudi nationals, including vice-consul general's son, drown at Hawkesbay beach Bodies of all three Saudi nationals were retrieved, says police On August 26, the son of Saudi vice-council general, along with two other Saudi nationals, drowned near Neelam point at Hawkesbay Beach, police sources informed Geo News. Bodies of all three men ? Aalaa Al Autibi, Fahad Aloseami and Abdullah Al Ausebi ? were retrieved and shifted to a private hospital in Clifton, City SSP Adeel Hussain Chandio said. Beachgoers are advised against bathing in the sea during the monsoon season due to rough waters by the authorities.
  24. KARACHI: Two suspected robbers were shot by a security guard in Karachi on Thursday evening, who later succumbed to their injuries at a hospital. The suspects looted a computer shop located in Zamzama, Clifton. They were getting away with cash, laptops and other valuables when the security guard opened fire on them. Consequently, the two suspected robbers were injured. Police arrested the suspects and shifted them to a hospital, however, they succumbed to their wounds during treatment. The deceased suspects were identified as Danish and Riaz.
  25. An image of a congested road in Karachi. Photo: Geo News File Results released for citywide population in the provisional census conducted by Pakistan Bureau of Statistics show that Karachi?s population has ballooned to 14.9 million in 2017 as compared to 9.39 million in 1998. Thirty three percent of Sindh?s 47.9 million-strong population lives in the province?s two major cities, Karachi and Hyderabad. While the provincial capital?s population grew by fifty nine percent in nineteen years, Hyderabad?s population only grew by 0.6 million during the same time. Pakistan's total population was recorded at 207.774 million, as per the provisional summary results of the Sixth Population and Housing Census. Punjab ? the largest province in terms of population ? houses 110 million people. The province?s capital, Lahore, witnessed a hundred and sixteen percent growth in population, from 5.1 million in 1998 to 11.12 million in 2017. Other cities in the province recorded minor increases in their respective populations; Faisalabad ? which housed approximately two million people in 1998 ? is now home to 3.2 million residents. Gujranwala?s population increased by 0.89 million while Multan?s population grew from 1.16 million in 1998 to 1.73 million in 2017. The federal capital?s population grew dramatically from 0.5 million in 1998 to 1.01 million in 2017. Population of Islamabad?s twin city, Rawalpindi grew by 0.7 million in nineteen years. Of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa?s thirty-million strong population, 1.9 million people reside in the provincial capital Peshawar. Balochistan?s capital Quetta?s population grew by forty three percent from 0.56 million in 1998 to 1.001 million in 2017.