KARACHI: In a heinous turn of events, a resident of Quaidabad area of Karachi shot at a father and son over alleged theft of his WiFi password, ARY News reported on Sunday.
According to details, a man named Qasim undertook the callous act over a fight with a father and his son that took place over one and a half month.
The victims, Farooq and his younger son, Haris were threatened by Qasim over alleged theft of his WiFi password and internet service.
Relatives of the deceased father and son narrate that a case was registered against Qasim for issuing life threats of a serious nature to Adnan who was another of Farooq’s son and a brother of the murdered Haris. After the case was registered, Qasim had gone into hiding.
Haris was a graduation student in Karachi University while his father, Farooq worked at a Steel Mill.
Sindh Rangers on November 1 claimed to have rounded up eight criminals in separate actions in Karachi’s areas of Landhi and Korangi.
According to the Rangers spokesman, the held outlaws were wanted in cases of street crimes and burglary.
The suspects allegedly looted rs. 1.3million from a Pakwan centre, situated in Quaidabad on September 23 and were also involved in snatching rs.8,10000 from a person namely Saeed in Landhi, on September 27.