At least five people have been killed including grandson of late Nawab Akbar Bugti and nine other injured, some of them critically, in a firing incident in Karachi, police and witnesses said Sunday. Police said the firing incident occurred at a private gathering in a bungalow located in Defence Khayaban-e-Rahat area in Karachi. As a result four people were killed on the spot while ten other injured. The injured were shifted to a private hospital where Taleh Bugti, the grand son of late Nawab Akbar Bugti of Jamhoori Watan Party succumbed to his injuries. SP Clifton Tariq Dharejo said that several people have been held from the Bunglow. According to sources, the exchange of fire between the security guards after some arguments on conflicting points emerged during a dance party led to the killing. Law enforcement agencies including police and rangers have converged to the crime site and kicked off investigations after placing strict cordon around the area. Meanwhile, the dead bodies and the injured people have been shifted to a private hospital for autopsy and medical attainment respectively. The injured included Zeeshan, 28; Ziauddin, 19; Zahid Fazal, 27; Faraz Amir, 22; Irfan Adnan, 33; Qamar Din, 30; Shahbaz Habib, 30; Bilal Arshad, 25 and Esa Jalaluddin, 28. Later, police and rangers arrested 10 suspected men from the area during search operation and moved them to unidentified location for investigation. Nawab Akbar Bugti, the chieftain of the Bugti tribe and JWP leader was killed in fighting with government forces in his hideout in August 2006.