Inside story of ANP worker murder in Karachi. ANP worker Zain ul Abedin and Sajid Hasan Zai got injured in a dispute with their friends but ANP burnt the whole city. The killing was a internal dispute of ANP workers and he was killed under suspicious circumstances.
DAWN News reported the event as follows:
An activist of the Awami National Party (ANP) was shot dead in Karachi, DawnNews reported on Wednesday, flaring up violence in the city once again.
ANP activist Zain-ul-Abideen was killed in a targeted attack on his vehicle near the Matric Board Office in the Nazimabad area of the city. A companion of the deceased activist sustained injuries as a result of the attack.
The killing was followed by reports of firing, forced shutdown of business and vehicle-torching incidents in various parts of the city.
At least six vehicles, including three motorcycles, were set ablaze in Lasbela and Tin Hatti neighbourhood immediately after the incident.
[0010 PST] All private schools of Karachi will remain open on Thursday, says chairman All Pakistan Private Schools Association: DawnNews.
[2345 PST] Firing injures one person in Baldia Town.
[2317 PST] The funeral of deceased activist of ANP Zain-ul-Abideen will be held at Football Ground Patel Para on Thursday at 10 am: DawnNews.
[2315 PST] A public bus has been set on fire in Korangi industrial area.
[2312 PST] Another vehicle set ablaze in Quidabad.
[2310 PST] SHO Bilal Colony has been suspended amid worsening law and order situation in the area.
[2245 PST] Indiscreet firing kills two people in PIB Colony and Gulbahar area.
[2137 PST] Following the unabated violence in the city, Karachi Transport Union announces suspension of services on Thursday.
[2125 PST] President Private Schools Management Association Sharf-uz-Zaman says a decision on keeping schools open tomorrow will be taken on the basis of developing security situation in the city.
[2114 PST] Eight vehicles, including motorcycles, torched in Teen Hatti and Lasbela: DawnNews
[2110 PST] "ANP and MQM are engaged in a bloody war in order to bring each other down," says Jamaat-e-Islami chief Munawara Hassan.
@AnsarBurney after murder of Awami National Party worker rioting, killing of innocents, burning of vehicles and firing continue Karachi.
[2055 PST] Firing leaves one person injured in Baldia No. 5, DawnNews reports.
@ManalShakir1: Pol. parties in #Karachi, get jobs for your party workers instead of letting them run rampant in the city. Burning buses is not a platform!
[20.30 PST] ANP announces day of mourning. Reports of firing near Banaras chowk, Patel Parra, Sohrab Goth, Gulistan-e-Jauhar and Abul Hasan Isphahani road.
Read the whole development and decide yourself what character Jamat-e-Islami and ANP leadership have and how much they concern about Karachi.