KARACHI   - The son of a judge of Supreme Court of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed was escaped unhurt in an armed attack on his vehicle by unidentified culprits in Korangi area of the metropolis, here on Wednesday.  

According to SHO Korangi police station, it was an attempt of robbery or car snatching but the culprits had no idea about police guard sitting inside his a car.  

The driver was on the driving seat, the police guard was sitting next to him while son of Justice Gulzar Ahmed, Saad Gulzar was sitting on the back seat of his Corolla car.  

Following the incident, extra contingent of law enforcers immediately reached at the site and inquired about the incident. Police said that armed men on a motorcycle opened fire on Saad’s car near Vita Chowrangi in Korangi Industrial Area.  

However, the suspects fled away due to retaliatory fire from the security guard, travelling with the son of SC judge.  

Police said that the son of Justice was on way to his office when unidentified armed motorcyclists shot at his car. 

Saad Gulzar was signalled to stop his car by assailants riding on motorcycles but he did not stop after which the armed motorcyclists opened fire at his vehicle.  An exchange of fire between Saad’s guards and culprits also took place. However, the attackers escaped unhurt. Saad Gulzar works as a project manager at a private firm. SHO Abbasi said that at least three armed men riding a motorcycle were behind the incident while the case of the incident has yet to be registered.  

It is worth to mentioning here that on June 21, 2016, the son of Sindh High Court chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah was abducted by unidentified men. Owais Ali Shah, a high court lawyer, left the SHC for Clifton and was kidnapped. However, Shah was reunited with his family 29 days after his kidnapping from a shopping center in Clifton.