KARACHI - Pakistan Standard Quality Control Authority (PSQCA) Deputy Director Abdul Hayi on Monday found dead in mysterious circumstances at his residence in the limits of Gulistan-e-Jauhar police station.According to police sources, the incident took place at Gulistan-e-Jauhar block-16 where unknown assailants have hurled combustible substance on him and burnt him alive . Resultantly, he received severe burn injuries and was shifted to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) where he succumbed to injuries. Dr Jagdesh after detailed post-mortem took his samples and sent the same to forensic lab for further examination, police said.IO Sultan said the victim, who was the father of three, hailed from Shahdadpur. Police had earlier suggested that he burnt alive because of fire but later his wife Salma in her statement informed that two unknown men barged into her residence and threw chemical on her husband and then set him alight. Following her statement, the samples of chemical and report of post-mortem were sent to forensic lab for examination. Meanwhile, SP Salam Sheikh while talking to media said the police had initiated investigation in this regard and hoped that the culprits would soon be sent behind the bar.Separately, at least two persons were killed in separate mishaps at various parts of the metropolis here on Monday.According to police and rescue sources, a rickshaw driver Mehmood Islam was killed while two others including 30-year-old Robina and Amber, 5, injured when a passenger bus rammed into rickshaw in the limits of Shah Latif police station. Police said the deceased and injured persons were shifted to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) for legal formalities. The victim was the resident of Shah Rasool Colony, Clifton while the injured were the residents of Landhi.A body of five-year-old boy was found from Nullah located in Shafiq Colony in the limits of New Karachi Industrial Area police station. The victim, who went missing some three days ago, was found from Nullah. 
The victim, who was the resident of Bhakar Goth, Sohrab Goth, was second among the four siblings.