Victory against India: 12 injured in celebratory firing across Karachi

At least 12 people were wounded in celebratory firing carried out in different parts of the metropolis on Sunday night after Pakistan emphatically defeated India in the T20 World Cup clash. 

According to police, a total of 12 people, including a sub-inspector, were wounded after they suffered injuries from stray bullets. 

Two people were shot at and wounded in Karachi’s Orangi Town sector-4 and 4K Chowrangi by bullets coming from unknown directions.

A stray bullet hit Sub-Inspector Abdul Ghani during an operation against the people involved in aerial firing in Gulshan-e-Iqbal, said the police.

The incidents of aerial firing were reported in different areas of the metropolis, including Sachal Goth, Orangi Town, New Karachi, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, and Malir.  

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