KARACHI - Fear and anger gripped major parts of Lyari Town, on the second day of a shootout between the gangsters and the police, while on the other hand, activists of the Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz (JSQM) were charged with rioting and torching vehicles in different areas during their strike call on Friday. According to the detail, fear and panic spread in several localities where business and other activities remained suspended following the hours long gun-battle that took place on Thursday in Lyari in which two people including a police constable were killed. The shootout occurred when the police raided a den of the notorious gangster Umer Khichi, who is also said to be a member of the Lyari Peace Committee (LPC). In the aftermath, some parts of the Lyari remained tensed and roads and streets presented a deserted look. However, the Baghdadi Police, on behalf of the State have registered an FIR no. 363/09 under Sections 302, 353, 324/34 and 3/4 Explosive Act against the Lyaris top gangsters including some members of the Lyari Peace Committee (LPC). The culprits nominated in the FIR were included Rashid Rekha, Jabbar Jhengu, Umer Khichi, Badshah Khan and Nadir Dakait while no arrest was made till the filing of the report. Some incidents of aerial firing have also been reported in some parts of the Lyari which also caused suspension of routine and commercial activities. Though a number of law enforcement agencies personnel remained in the area to avert any contingency. Meanwhile, people of the area blamed the Police for this situation, saying that the Police, despite tall-claims about the crimes elimination, had been patronising dens of the criminals. The locals also staged protest rally against the Lyari Police, demanding removal of DSP Sarwar Commando. They were of the view that the employment of several youths were at risk due to the unwarranted raids by the Police led by DSP Sarwar Commando. On the other hand, the Police have strongly refuted such allegations, saying that the people, who staged the protest rally, belonged to the gangsters involved in Lyari gang war. The police also believed that the Lyaris gangsters and LPC leaderships had planned a strategy about the transfer of the DSP Commando from the Lyari Town as he has been raiding their drug dens. The DSP Commando, when was contacted, also confirmed that the gangsters and the leaders of LPC now had finally given him a challenge that they would transfer him from the Lyari. We would continue the raids until elimination of every criminal activity in the area, The DSP vowed. Meanwhile, the Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mohaz (JSQM) activists were nominated for rioting and torching vehicles in separate areas during their strike call on Friday, said the police officials. According to details, the police have charged JSQM activists with rioting and torching vehicles in Gulshan-e-Iqbal. Two separate FIRs have been registered with the Gulshan-e-Iqbal Police on Friday. The FIR no. 762/09 has been registered on behalf of Nazir Hussain, an owner of the passenger bus of route no U-8 which was torched Thursday night outside the Safari Park. The JSQM workers nominated in the case are: Hajan Chandio, Harpal Shah, Arshad Shah and Intezar Shah. Earlier, the police have registered an FIR no. 761/09 on the complaint of Waqar Mustafa, the owner of a Mehran car which was torched near Time Square. Unidentified JSQM workers have been named in the FIR. However, no arrest has been made till filing of the report.