Case filed against factory owner after 11 die in Karachi ration stampede
- A case was registered at Site A Police Station.
- The FIR includes Sections 322, 337H-2 and 34 of the PPC.
- Around 10 people have been arrested so far.
KARACHI: Police registered a case against the factory owner and management staff on Saturday Deadly stampede Around a dozen people were killed and many injured in Karachi.
At least 11 people were killed and 5 injured in a stampede on the premises of a factory at Nars intersection in Site area of Karachi on Friday, the latest incident in which people lost their lives. Find free edibles..
The case was filed by Sub-Inspector (SI) Malik Asif Zia at SITE A Police Station under Sections 322 (punishment for involuntary manslaughter), 337H-2 (punishment for causing injury by haste or negligence) and 34 (acts). was entered. The common intention of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) has been done by several people in furtherance.
According to the First Information Report (FIR), during the distribution of ration, the negligence of the factory staff led to the stampede that resulted in the deaths.
It said women and children were killed in the stampede after a security guard opened the factory’s small gate to let the mob inside. A collection of rations. It added that the factory managers Islam and Jasim had been distributing cash as zakat to the factory on behalf of the factory owner Abdul Khaliq for many years.
The named accused include Khaliq, two managers and seven others.
Police say that eight suspects, including the factory owner and manager, have already been arrested.
The incident took place when people gathered at a dyeing factory in the city’s industrial area to collect rations – part of charity drives that Karachiites organize every Ramadan to help the needy.
Rescue and police officials said that eight women and three children were killed in the incident. Geo News.
Rescue sources said that six people also fainted during the stampede. According to the police, a large number of people had gathered at the place where the ration was being distributed.