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Masked men gun down two military police personnel in Karachi

Blood is seen on the staircase of the Radisson hotel in Bamako, Mali, November 20, 2015. Around 27 people were reported dead on Friday after Malian commandos stormed a hotel seized by Islamist gunmen to rescue 170 people, many of them foreigners, trapped in the building. The jihadist group Al Mourabitoun, allied to al Qaeda and based in the desert north of the former French colony, claimed responsibility for the attack. Mali has been battling Islamist rebels for years. A security source said the drama was over by early evening and two militants were dead. REUTERS/Joe Penney
Blood is seen on the staircase of the Radisson hotel in Bamako, Mali, November 20, 2015. Around 27 people were reported dead on Friday after Malian commandos stormed a hotel seized by Islamist gunmen to rescue 170 people, many of them foreigners, trapped in the building. The jihadist group Al Mourabitoun, allied to al Qaeda and based in the desert north of the former French colony, claimed responsibility for the attack. Mali has been battling Islamist rebels for years. A security source said the drama was over by early evening and two militants were dead. REUTERS/Joe Penney

Karachi, Dec. 1 : Two military police personnel were killed on Tuesday after their vehicle was fired upon by unidentified gunmen near the Tibet Centre on M A Jinnah Road.

One of the military personnel, Rishad, lost his life en route the hospital, while the other succumbed to his injuries while receiving treatment.

According to the Dawn,the attackers used 9 mm pistols to murder the military personnel.

According to Dr. Jamil, Deputy Inspector General of Police (South), the two masked attackers opened indiscriminate fire on the military jeep from behind and fled from the scene.

The scene is being further investigated.

One arrest has been made in relation with the incident.

The Pakistan Army Military Police (MP) is the law-enforcement branch of the army and are responsible for maintaining law and order within the army. All branches of the armed forces have their own branch of police. (ANI)