KARACHI - A worker of the Sunni Tehreek (ST) was shot dead during a wave of political violence in the City. Meanwhile, a property agent and a worker of the water board were also killed in separate incidents.  The worker of the ST Hussainabad Sector was shot dead at Block-3, Hussainabad, in the jurisdiction of Azizabad police station. The incident occurred in the wee hours of Tuesday when deceased Mohammad Emran, 22, was sitting at the Popular Pan shop in the said area. Suddenly two men on a motorcycle came and escaped after shooting him, Gulberg Town SP Allauddin Abbasi told. He said that the deceased sustained a single bullet injury in his head and died on the spot. "The TT pistol is used in the target killing." His body was taken to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where scores of party workers and leaders gathered. The deceased was said to be a resident of Siddiqabad situated in the same area. Police registered an FIR No 195/08 on behalf of deceased's brother Mohammad Aslam against unidentified culprits. In another incident, police got information that a body was laying on the road near Jamat Khan area. Police arrived there and found the body of one Mansoor, 26. The deceased was a resident of the same area and used to work as a property agent, DSP Shafi Rind told. Rind suspected that the deceased was became the victim of target killing but the motive behind the incident was far to ascertained. Police however registered an FIR No 196/08 on behalf of his brother Mohammad Amin against unidentified culprits.   In the meanwhile, 35-year-old man was found dead on his motorcycle near Naval Heights, Kala Pull, in the jurisdiction of Saddar police station on Tuesday evening. His body was shifted to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre where he was identified as Farid Qadri, said SHO Iqbal Awan. He was the resident of North Karachi and used to work in Karachi Water and Sewerage Board, he added. Awan said that the motive behind the incident was yet to ascertain and initially no political or religious party has claimed his affiliation to them. No case was registered till the filing of this report.