KARACHI - People protested over the death of three women who were crushed on Monday while crossing the railway track. Two of them were neighbours while another was their relative. The incident took place when they were crossing the railway track near at Natha Khan Bridge in the jurisdiction of Drag Road police post. Following the incident, people gathered there and chanted slogans against the management. The people, however, demanded the authorities to make new overhead bridges on railways tracks. Angry mob pelted stones and stopped the Karakoram Express. The law enforcement agencies' personnel had reached on the scene and took the situation into control. The dead bodies were taken to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre for legal formalities after four hours where the deceased were identified as Yasmin, 40, her neighbour Anwari Begum, 35, and their relative Iffat Bibi. The deceased Iffat was the resident of Malir, Saudabad while others were the residents of Shah Faisal Colony. Man commits suicide after killing wife A man committed suicide after killing his wife on the eve of their daughters' engagement ceremonies. Deceased Bashir Ahmed and his wife Farzana 35 have left six children including four daughters and two sons. The incident took place at house number 28, 36-B area, in the jurisdiction of Korangi Industrial Area Police Station. Soon before the incident, Bashir Ahmed, a hairdresser by profession, ordered his children to get out of the house saying that he and his wife were engaged in some important discussion. After a while, having listened the firing, they returned home and found that the inner door of their room was closed from inside.  The dead bodies were taken to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center for legal formalities. Complicated social contradictions and clashes are said to be main factors behind the tragedy.