KARACHI: A twelve-year-old boy injured after being hit by a lost bullet in the Cattle Colony of Karachi, police told the media on Sunday.
Police authorities said the boy is identified as Muzammil, who was with his father and was then hit by a bullet fired from an unknown direction in his leg.
The injured boy was taken to Jinnah Hospital and the police department began an investigation into the incident.
At the beginning of October last year, a 10-year-old boy was hit by a lost bullet in the Orangi town of Karachi that had been taken to the city’s Civil Hospital for treatment and is said to be in stable condition.
Speaking to the media, Arman’s family said the bullet came from nowhere and went through a child’s leg.
In the same month, a seven-year-old Aqsa had lost his life after being hit by a lost bullet in the Saeedabad area of Karachi.
The girl was hit by a bullet during the assembly session at her school. After being treated for 48 hours in the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital, he lost his life.