KARACHI - Target killings and violence continued in various localities of the metropolis, claiming 14 more lives on Saturday. Six people were injured while miscreants also torched five vehicles as a sequel to the violence that began on Thursday evening after the strike call given by the ruling PPP. Some 26 people were killed on the first day of violence while scores others wounded. A dozen vehicles have also been torched in the ongoing violence. The victims of the violence include political activists and several innocent passersby and commuters. Among four slain in the Pehalwan Goth area of Gulistan-e-Johar are an activist of ANP and a brother of notorious gangster, Mudasir Chief. Police said that the tension gripped the area when unknown armed men targeted Musavir Chief, brother of Mudasir Chief who is in jail for several criminal counts. Musavir and his companions were sitting in his office near the Sakeena Imambargha when armed men started indiscriminate firing, which resulting in the death of Musavir and his friend Danish. Following the killing of the pair, tension gripped the entire locality where intense firing claimed two more lives, including of a 12-year-old boy, Muhammad Hussain, and Asad, an activist of the ANP. Three others (Sohail Baloch, Dilawar and Adnan) sustained bullet wounds. Heavy contingents of police and Rangers rushed to the spot but exchange of fire continued between the Rabia Patel Apartment in control of ANP local leader Liaquat Bangash and Pehelwan Goth under Mudasir Chief. It is pertinent to mention here that confrontation between the two groups has been continuing for long and numbers of people on both sides have been killed. Violence also flared up after the killing of an activist of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement near Bombay Bazaar, in the limits of Kharadar Police Station. The incident took place at G Alana Road, Bombay Bazaar, Kharadar, where 23-year-old Khurram, son of Saleem, was standing at his mobile phone shop when two armed men on a motorcycle targeted him and managed to flee. The victim succumbed to his injures on the way to Civil Hospital Karachi. SHO Ghulam Nabi said victim was an activist of MQM. Following the incident, tension gripped the locality where intermittent firing suspended commercial and private life and miscreants torched the Peoples Amn Committee (PAC) local office and three vehicles, including a passenger bus in Tower, and one rickshaw and truck at Memon Jamaat Khana. Heavy contingents of police and Rangers rushed to the spot to avert any further incident. Similarly, two men were shot dead in Shoe Market in Almari Street in the limits of Garden Police Station. The tragic incident took place in the Garden area where two friends Adnan, 28, son of Azmat, and Natwar, 22, son of Harjeewan were sitting and armed men shot them dead. DSP Sahib Shah said Adnan was resident of Ranchore Line and Natwar was from Hindu Para, adding that victims were not affiliated with any political party. No case was registered till filing of the report. Separately, a servant of Ali Akbar Imambargha was shot dead in the Orangi area of Iqbal Market Police Station. Police said 60-year-old Qadir Bux was shot dead when he was cleaning the premises of Imambargah in sector 11 , Orangi Town. SP Khurram Waris said victim was the Khadim of Imambargah and hailed from Ghotki, Sindh. On the other side, a Ahle Sunnat Waljamat member shot in Orangi Town on Friday, succumbed to his injuries on Saturday. A passerby Hafizullah 28 wounded on Thursday evening in Gulistan-e-Johar also succumbed to his injures. In another incident, a man was shot dead near his house in Batwa Nagar, Azizabad. The victim, Noman Memon, 26, resident of Kutiana, Muhalla Bantwa Nagar, was sitting near his house along with his friend when armed men on a motorcycle sprayed bullets on them. Noman died on the spot. Police also found a bullet-riddled body of a man near Buraq Petrol Pump on Super Highway in Sacchal police limits. The identity of the victim was not immediately known. SHO Izhar Hussain said police recovered four bullets and 9MM magazine from his pocket. The victim appears to be an Afghan national. Similarly, another bullet-riddled body was found from Malir River in the precincts of Shah Latif Police Station. The identity of victim was not known. A security guard, Shams-ul-Haq, died in mysterious circumstances near Ghani Chowrangi within the limits of Site B Police Station. The victim was employed by a private company. Police said it wasnt immediately clear if the deceased shot himself accidentally or committed suicide. He was resident of Nazimabad and hailed from Kohat. MQM chief Altaf Hussain has expressed heartfelt condolences on the martyrdom of Khurram, worker of Unit UC-3A, Ranchore Line Sector. He sympathised with the family members of the deceased worker and prayed for his eternal peace and divine forgiveness. Meanwhile, the Rabitta Committee sharply criticised the killing of Khurram. The Committee said that the unbridled loot, extortion and killings by the criminals of the Layari gang should be of grave concern for the people of Karachi. The Committee sympathised with the family members of Khurram and demanded President Asif Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani take stern notice of the killings.