KARACHI The killing of Awami National Party (ANP) Sindh Security Incharge (Salar), along with his office colleague, in broad daylight on Thursday shattered the brief lull in ethno-centric target killings. Ten more people were killed and at least 20 sustained bullet wounds in different incidents of violence that erupted in parts of the City following ANP leaders killing. The first incident took place in the comparatively secure area of Quaid-i-Azam International Airports domestic cargo terminal, situated near old runway in the Airport Police precincts, in which unidentified armed marauders, riding a car, fired a volley of gunshots at another car and managed to flee from the scene. Resultantly, ANP Sindh Security Incharge, 53-year-old Ubaidullah Yousufzai and his 40-year-old colleague Saleem Akhtar sustained bullet wounds and were immediately rushed to PIA dispensary where they succumbed to their injuries. The Area Police Incharge Abdul Ghaffar Korai confirmed that both the victims were staffers of the national airliner: Ubaidullah was a driver at the cargo section while Saleem Akhtar was working at the administration department. The bodies were shifted to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) for post-mortem. The news of the ANP leaders killing spread like a wild fire in the City, prompting a large number of ANP leaders and workers to reach the hospital where they staged a protest and chanted slogans against the target killings. Qadir Khan from ANP Sindh media office confirmed that Ubaidullah Yousufzai was the ANP Sindh security incharge, adding that the party had announced a three-day mourning against the cowardly act of the terrorists. Following the incident, unidentified armed men resorted to aerial firing and threw stones on moving vehicles while tension gripped various localities. Heavy contingents of police and Rangers gathered around JPMC and Railways Cantt area to bring the situation under their control. Meanwhile, unidentified armed miscreants killed 10 people in different City areas. The PIB Police informed that one Sajif Ahmed, son of Sadiq Hussain, was gunned down when unidentified armed men fired at his car, near Askari Park in Old Sabzi Mandi area. The police said that the victim was the resident of Federal B area and was on his way back home when he met the unfortunate incident. In another incident, a man namely Ubaid was killed and seven others sustained bullet injuries when miscreants fired gunshots from the hilltops in Orangi Town area. In third incident, Dr Seemi Jamali of the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre informed that two dead bodies had been brought to the hospital from Korangi Awami Colony. She said that identity of the victim could not be ascertained but they appeared to be in their middle age. Meanwhile, on Abu Al-Hassan Isphani Road, a man was killed by the firing of Rangers personal near Paradise Bakery. The incident occurred when unidentified persons fired at Rangers vehicle and tried to get shops and business centres closed in the area forcibly. The body of the victim was later shifted to a local hospital where he was identified as Sharaf Uddin Khan, a resident of the same area. Incidents of intense aerial firing were also reported from various areas including Old Sabzi Mandi, Quaidabad, Jaskson, Keemari, Orangi Town, Katti Pehari, Qasba Colony and Baldia. Similarly, 12 people were injuries when armed miscreants opened fire at public transport vehicles and commuters at Landhi, Tower and Qasba Colony areas. Angry mob also torched a bus of route W-11, a car in Jackson area, two motorcycles in Qasba Colony while a CDGK Green bus at Tower area and a mini Pajero at Gulistan-e-Jauhar. Meanwhile, four more people fell prey to the violence including a man was set ablaze alive while another was stabbed to death in different parts of the city. According to the reports, a man identified as Mubashir Ali, 41, was brought to the Civil Hospital Karachi with critical burns. Hospital sources said that Mubashir, a resident of Defence View, was on his way back home when armed men intercepted him and set him on fire in his car in the limits of Jackson Police. CHK Medico Legal Officer Dr Aftab Channar told The Nation, that the victim was in critical condition as he had sustained burns on 50% of the body. Dr Channar said that one dead body and eight other injured had also brought to the hospital while two of the injured, having gunshots wounds, were also in critical condition. He said that Shagir Ahmed was stabbed to death in Itahad Town, Baldia, in the remit of Mochko Police. Another victim of the current spate of violence namely Shariq was gunned down near Al-Falah Police Station when unidentified culprits shot him dead and managed to flee from the scene. The victim, a resident of A-1 Chowk, Saudabad Malir, was on his way back home from workplace when he was targeted. In another incident within the limits of Saudabad Police near RCD ground, 40-year-old Anwar was killed by the firing of unidentified armed men. Similarly, a 16-year-old youth was gunned down by unidentified culprits at Sector-9 in the Saeedabad Police precincts. Another man was killed in firing by unidentified armed persons at Landhi Khuramabad area late Thursday night.