Karachi police, on Monday, apprehended target killer accused of killing at least 35 people in the metropolitan city.
According to Sajid Saduzai – Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) East Zone, the suspect Muhammad Aslam is accused of killing at least 35 people and was also involved in May 12 killings back in 2007 when dozens of people were killed in violent clash between various political groups and sections.
This is the first time the suspect has been apprehended, said the police.
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As per the police officials, the suspect used to charge an amount between Rs 70,000 to Rs 100,000 for a single murder and had carried out killings of political figures, businessmen, religious personalities and others.