KARACHI - At least seven people were killed in different rain related incidents across the metropolis, bringing the death toll to 13 in two days.

The bodies were shifted to different hospitals from where the families of most of the victims took their bodies away with them without medico legal formalities. Police said that victims lost their lives were mostly electrocuted while rest of them were died due to roof or walls collapsed.

A thirty-year-old Shoaib, son of Muhammad Yousuf, was electrocuted at Sector 2 in New Karachi within the limits of Khowaja Ajmair Nagri police station. His body was taken to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital and later handed over to the family without legal formalities.

Similarly, Jabbar, 25, Raheem was electrocuted in Sector 7D within the limits of Surjani police station. His body was taken to ASH.

Separately, a 30-year-old Nazeer Ahmed, son of Sher Khan, was killed and his father Sher Khan, 55, was wounded when a wall of their house collapsed on them at MPR Colony within the jurisdiction of Pirabad police station.

The victims were taken to ASH. Similarly, Javed, 29, son Ameer was electrocuted to death at Gulshan-e-Sikandarabad within the limits of Jackson police station. The victim’s body was shifted to Civil Hopsital, Karachi. A labourer identified as 62-year-old Nazar Ahmed, son of Ata Muhammad was died after he fall down on a road while working at Commissioner House Quarters within Artillery Maidan police remits.

His body was shifted to CHK. Separately, another man who has yet to be identified was electrocuted to death in Malir. A 13-year-old girl was killed when a car turned down on Super Highway while the victim along with her parents was on a way to Hyderabad.

Earlier, on Saturday, six people including women and children had lost their lives in separate rain related incidents in Karachi.