Karachi, 8th January: Five motorcycles were set on fire at the sit-in protest in Karachi on Friday.
Baaghi TV: According to reports, five motorcycles have been set ablaze in Karachi as clashes break out between protesters holding sit-ins in around 28 different areas of the city against the Machh tragedy.
According to police reports, some commuters trying to reach Shahrah-e-Faisal using sidewalks and alleys exchanged hot words and blows with protesters.
As reported by Geo News, following the incident, the commuters abandoned their motorbikes and fled the scene.
police informed that five of those motorbikes were later set on fire by unidentified persons. They said that an investigation on the matter is underway.
Protests and sit-ins against the Machh tragedy continue in Karachi in at least 25 areas for a fourth day on Friday.
It is to be noted that protests are being held in solidarity with the thousands of Hazaras, who have staged a sit-in at the Western Bypass in Balochistan in freezing cold weather for the last six days against the brutal killing of 10 coal miners in Machh.
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