KARACHI - Two minors sustained injuries while unidentified miscreants attacked a traffic police check post when the residents of Maripur area came to streets over unabated electricity loadshedding. The protests have been continued in different areas of Karachi. The areas where the riots broke out included Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Mari Pur, Musharaff Colony, 500 Quarter, Saddar, M A Jinnah Road and others commercial areas of the city, where the angry shopkeepers and residents blocked roads and burnt tyres while pelting the passing vehicles with stones. During protest at Maripur, the law enforcement agencies used baton charge over the residents and dispersed them. The officials of law enforcers claimed that they could not assure the protestors because it was a big issue of the city, however they were creating law and order situation so they had have to use baton charge to control the situation. At MA Jinnah Road the shopkeepers of the area blocked main thoroughfare for several hours. The protestors also burnt tyres and staged sit-in protest. They claimed the private utility had ruined all business. The residents of Gulshan-e-Iqbal said that previous night, the PMTs of the areas caught fire, two fire tenders doused the fire no KESC officials had reached there for the last 18 hours to fix the faults. They said they continued roaming the complain centre of KESC but they did not pay heed, adding it was the area of congested apartments and due to hot weather the KESC had led them to hell. Meanwhile, MQM MNAs on Wednesday flayed the power outages in Karachi, Hyderabad and other parts of the country. The MNAs termed long hours of loadshedding as gross injustice to the citizens. In a joint statement the MQM MNAs said that dispute between the management and workers of KESC had made the life Karachites miserable.