KARACHI - Police have failed to arrest culprits involved in the incidents, which claimed lives of two youngsters due to aerial firing in wedding ceremonies despite registration of FIR in both the cases, The Nation has learnt on Saturday. The first incident occurred at 'N' area, Sector 35-A, in the jurisdiction of Korangi police station, where 15-year-old Waqas alias Kashis/o Mohammad Ilyas, was hit by a stray bullet and died at the spot. Providing the detail of the incident, area police said the incident took place when some of the unknown participants started aerial firing in a wedding ceremony of Afaq held on Friday night at a marriage hall located in Ghonghat on Korangi Road. The deceased received a stray bullet on his chest and was rushed to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre where he died. Police said that the deceased was the first cousin of the bridegroom, who lived together in the joint family. Following the incident, the area police had registered the FIR on behalf of father of the deceased against unidentified men. Police also said that both the families are much closed together therefore deceased's father did not want to nominate any of his relatives in the case. The police believed that the deceased Waqas was killed by the firing of the participants of the wedding ceremony.  Police further said that the arrest would be made very soon. However, it has been learnt that the people responsible for the incident are still at large. In an other similar incident occurred on June 26 at Bahadurabad, some identified people opened aerial firing during the Rasm-e-Mehndi ceremony that claimed life of an 11-year-old child and no body has been arrested in this context.