Cases of paid target killing emerged in Karachi


Karachi: The cases of paid target killings have once again emerged in Karachi.

Talking to the media, CTD senior official Raja Umar Khattab said that during investigation three types of targeted killings had been revealed in the city.

He said that 12 target killing cases had so far come to light during the investigation. Of them, the first type of target killing is being carried out by the Indian spy agency RAW.

Raja also told media that different types of groups are involved in the second type of target Killing while in the third type of killings one group targets a member of another group.

The facilitator get Rs50,000 to Rs100,000 which is paid to the shooter in different installments as per his requirement, he added. Umar further said that the payment is made from abroad through hundi/hawala.