After cracker explosions, police and law enforcers beefed up security across the province.
Rangers personnel have conducted targeted raids in various areas of the metropolis and arrested several suspects including alleged TTP militants, Dunya News reported on Saturday.
More than one thousand Rangers personnel took part in the operation. The action was carried out in Mominabad’s Bukhari Colony and S.I.T.E Metroville areas.
Criminals involved in heinous crimes were arrested, Rangers spokesperson said, adding that weapons including SMGs, rifles and mixed ammunition were also seized.
On the other hand, two unidentified bodies were found under Labsela Bridge.
According to police, the victims were kidnapped and tortured to death.
Two gang war suspects identified as Nazar Muhammad and Abdul Jabbar were killed in alleged encounter with police in Lyari’s Baghdadi area.
The targeted operation was conducted day after various cities of Sindh including Karachi were rocked with cracker explosions.
A total of 5 cracker explosions took place at Qazi Abdul Qayyum Road, Haider Chowk and Kohinoor Chowk when bike riders passed by the areas throwing the explosives.
Another 7 cracker explosions took place at Post office, Tehsildar office, Station Road, Resham Gali and Phatak Stop in Dadu resulting shattering of windows of Circuit House.
In Khairpur, a total of 4 cracker explosives were thrown at Civic center, Khaki Shah Bridge and Luqman Phatak, no harm was reported.
In various areas of Larkana and Ranipur, 10 cracker explosions took place. Another cracker explosion took place at a railway track in Aladino village in Mehrabpur, however the railway track remained undamaged.
A number of cracker explosions inflicted sense of fear among citizens in Kotri, Kandyaro, Jamshoro, Thal and Halia.
The explosions were reported one after the other. No one has so far claimed responsibility for these explosions.