Four gang war suspects killed in Pakistan

Islamabad, June 25 (IANS) At least four gang war suspects were killed on Thursday in Pakistan’s Sindh province during a gun fight with police.

Sindh police claimed to have killed four suspects from the local gangster group, including Sheraz Comrade who was wanted by police in some 200 cases, reported Geo News.

According to officials, the suspects were wanted in several cases of extortion and targeted killing.

An intelligence based search operation was carried out in Kalri area.

The suspects had allegedly killed three people, including a policeman, in Karachi.

Police recovered four hand grenades and other weapons from them.

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