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Life returns to normalcy in Karachi.

KARACHI, May 04, 2011 (Frontier Star): The complex situation after killing of MQM leader in Karachi has come back to normal routine life here on Tuesday while petrol pumps and bazars could not re-open in several parts of metropolitan. As per details, riots gripped the metropolitan after killing of MQM leader. The unknown miscreants conducted indiscriminate firing killing 6 persons and set ablaze 30 vehicles. The life has come back to normal routine but attendance in offices and educational institutions were observed thin. The police and law enforcement agencies have arrested more than dozens extremists. It is relevant to mention that several bazaars, cabins and kiosks were still closed in Lyari, Landhi, FB area and Orangi town. The transport was less than usual and caused inconvenience for commuters.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9PAKI
Date:May 4, 2011
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