KARACHI Seven more people were shot dead in different incidents on Tuesday as acts of violence spread across Karachi. The death toll rose to 10, while more than dozen other persons sustained bullet injuries and were taken to hospital. According to details, the violence began after the killing of two MQM workers in Orangi Town on Monday and spread out in different areas of the City where gun- shots echoed till late night. On Tuesday, the first incident took place in Federal Urdu University of Art and Science where workers of All Pakistan Muttahida Student Organisation (APMSO) clashed with workers of Pakhtun Student Federation (PSF). The clash started with iron rods and pelting stones but it changed into gun battle and an organiser of PSF Fida Hussain Kakar, Ramiz Qadir and Waheed Jan sustained bullet injuries. Heavy contingents of police also rushed towards the spot to avert further attacks but gunmen showered bullets on police party and wounded an ASI of Aziz Bhatti Police station namely Ahmed Ali. Kakar was shifted to Liaquat National Hospital while rest of the injured students of rival organisation were shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital. Eyewitnesses said that more than 50 armed men barged into the Liaquat National Hospital and resorted to aerial firing, damaged the hospital cameras, security room and emergency room. The armed men also beat the paramedical staff of the hospital and even the attendants and took control of the hospital building. Police rushed to the spot and managed to get miscreants out of the hospital but remained unable to arrest any of the culprits. Miscreants also blocked the road and pelted passing vehicles with stones while resorted to heavy aerial firing outside the hospital. Following the incident tension gripped Orangi Town where gunmen shot dead a 40- year-old unknown man at 1-C area of Orangi Town and also shot 12-year-old Wajid Shoaib and 10-year-old Adnan Khan at Qasba Colony. Wounded children were taken to the hospital but were ponounced dead by doctors. In another incident of firing at a tea stall located at Qasba Colony, a person Nazar Muhammad was killed and four others wounded. Firing continued in various areas of Orangi Town while commercial activities were completely suspended. People said that armed men were intercepting public buses, cars and motorbikes at Qasba Colony, Banaras and Kati Pahari, disembarking people on ethnic grounds and torturing them. DSP Orangi Majeed Abbas termed it a resumption of ethnic violence which started on Monday after the killing of two MQM workers in Orangi Town. He said that heavy contingents of police had been rushed towards the affected areas to control the law and order situation. He said that situation was under control on Tuesday morning but clash in Urdu University fuelled violence in Orangi. A man was shot dead while another person sustained bullet injuries at Shahzad Cinema in the precincts of Pirabad police station. Police said that the victim Junaid, son of Jaffar Hussain, was killed while two others namely Muhammad Amir, son of Nabi Baig, and Shahida Begum sustained injuries. Police said victim was MQM sympathiser while two including women were returning home after completing their jobs when they were targeted. Separately, a labourer was shot dead while another injured near UBL Complex within the limits of Yousuf Plaza police station. Police said that the two labourers namely Mukhtiar 25, son of Riaz, and Naveed, 24, son of Ibrahim was going home after completing their duty from Sabzi Mandi, when they reached near UBL Sports Complex, unidentified armed men opened firing on them, resultantly Mukhtiar died on spot, while Naveed received bullet injuries. Police shifted the deceased and injured to the hospital. Heavy cross-firing was reported between two rival groups near UK apartments Old Subzi as all social and commercial life was halted due to uncertain situation in the vicinity. Meanwhile, unidentified armed men opened firing in Ladies Park situated near Old Sabzi Mandi, resultantly 35-year-old Salman, son of Ishaq, died on the spot, while Naseem wife of Ashraf and Aziz received bullet injuries. Police shifted them to JPMC for legal formalities and treatment. Police further said that that it is result of current wave of ethnic violence.