KARACHI - Sindh Rangers Director General Rizwan Akhtar, who had earlier ordered a probe into the murder of four Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) workers, on Sunday inspected the site from where the bodies of the deceased were recovered.

Rangers DG was accompanied by the inquiry committee formed to investigate the case, reported a private TV channel.

“Those who have perpetrated this heinous crime against humanity will soon be apprehended,” he said while talking to mediamen.

Issuing orders to arrest anyone who was found displaying weapons, Rangers chief also instructed his juniors not to leave any single/double cabin pickup truck unsearched.

Responding to MQM’s call for justice, Rangers DG had announced that a special unit would investigate into the killings of political workers.

Meanwhile, at least tour people including two women were killed in separate acts of violence here on Sunday.

According to details, two women were killed in a firing incident at Korangi Crossing area within the premises of Korangi Industrial area police station. Police said that the deceased were identified as 50-year-old Saeeda Banu and 18-year-old niece Insha. The deceased woman was the resident of Mustafa Colony of Korangi. The victim family said that the unidentified culprits intercepted their vehicle, but the driver did not stop the vehicle and tried to escape. Resultantly, the culprits opened indiscriminate fire at their vehicle, killing the both women on the spot. Following the incident, the family members staged a protest and shouted slogans against the police. They demanded the authorities concerned to bring the culprits to the book.

Separately, a tortured mark body of a youth was found from the jurisdiction of Zaman Town Police Station. Police said that some unidentified culprits had kidnapped the victim and strangled him to death after torturing him. SHO Abbas Kolachi said the deceased has yet to be identified while further investigation was underway.

Similarly, another youth was found dead in Liaquatabad area. Police officials while quoting the initial investigation said that unidentified culprits after kidnapping the victim shot him twice in his head before dumping the body. The body was moved to morgue for identification after completing medico-legal formalities at Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.

Meanwhile, two gangsters were killed in an alleged encounter with the law enforcers in Lyari. Police officials claimed that the gangsters opened indiscriminate firing at the patrolling police in Kalakot area, adding that after an exchange of fire, two gangsters were killed while their one companion managed to escape from the scene. Their bodies were moved to Civil Hospital, Karachi for autopsy. SHO Haji Sanaullah said that the deceased gangsters have yet to be identified while further investigation was underway.

Separately, Rangers claim to have apprehended at least ten suspects during separate raids in Ranchore Line and Patel Para areas. The first raid was conducted at Ranchore Lane area from where three alleged extortionists belonging to a political party were arrested while seven alleged criminals were arrested during a raid at Patel Para area.