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Topic - Sharufuddin Memon
Police have found bodies scattered across different parts of the city since Monday morning, some riddled with bullets and others that showed signs of torture and were tied up in gunny sacks, said Sharufuddin Memon, the security adviser to the chief minister of Sindh province.
"There are political rivalries in the city, but criminal elements like drug and land mafias capitalize on the situation, making the things worse," Memon said.