| Updated at: 2149 PST, Sunday, May 01, 2011|
KARACHI: Unidentified outlaws set ablaze more than a dozen vehicles including buses used for public transport and trucks here in metropolis on Sunday, Geo News reported.
Meanwhile, rangers claimed to have booked a total of 9 suspects under charges of triggering panic and running rampage from different parts of city.
Also, women staged demonstration in Moosa Colony to register protest against arrests.
According to police sources, the string of rampage, firing and running riots got underway from Ibrahim Haideri area where some unknown miscreants set on fire a truck and two suzuki vehicles.
Later, two buses, two cars, and as many trucks were set ablaze in Liaquatabad and Ghareebabad localities.
Two more buses were set on fire in near Luckystar and Farier Market in Saddar locality.
While, a bus near NIPA chowrangi, another bus in Khudadad Colony and a mini-truck were set ablaze in New Karachi area.
A lady and a man incurred injuries when duo came under firing near Malir Halt area.
Rangers claimed nabbing 9 suspected men on charges of creating panic and rampage from different parts of city that resulted in protest by a number of women in Moosa Colony, who complained that rangers had rounded up four innocent men.