9 Feb 2014
Last updated during 16:41 ET
Gunmen on motorbikes have shot passed 8 people, including an eight-year-old lady and her father, during a faith healer’s residence in a southern Pakistani pier city of Karachi.
At slightest 12 other people were bleeding in a sharpened as dozens of people waited to see a Sufi cleric.
Karachi is Pakistan’s largest city with an estimated 18 million residents.
It has been tormented by sectarian, racial and domestic assault for years.
“Six gunmen on 3 motorcycles stormed into a residence and started unenlightened firing,” comparison military central Irfan Baloch told AFP news agency.
He combined that a enemy had dismissed 9mm pistols, a arms used in a array of targeted killings in a city.
No organisation has nonetheless claimed shortcoming for a attack.
Faith healer Pir Meharban Shah postulated a bullet wound to his stomach though survived.
He pronounced he had not perceived any threats before a attack, adding that there was a energy cut in a area when a enemy entered a residence shortly after dim and non-stop fire.
Article source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-26113661