KARACHI – Three supporters of slain former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto were shot dead yesterday, police said.
One was shot by masked gunmen and two others by security forces as a mob tried to force itself into an oilfield. In a separate incident, four men were shot dead and seven others wounded in a district of the southern financial hub of Karachi, a hospital official said, as the death toll since Ms Bhutto’s assassination on Thursday hit 44, including four police.
The state-run Associated Press of Pakistan cited President Pervez Musharraf as saying elements looting and plundering should be dealt with firmly.
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