KARAK (APP) - A protester was killed while 8 others, including policemen, sustained injuries on Monday when people clashed with local police in Karak, a district in southern NWFP. The enraged protestors at Terri village in Tehsil Banda Daud Shah Monday torched the DSP office and a police post while they also ransacked the governments rest house to lodge their protest against the continuous loadshedding. District Police say the villagers along with women marched up to Terri Chowk Banda Daud Shah and chanted slogans against long hours of loadshedding. Later on, they set the office of the DSP and ransacked a govt rest house. Properties and furniture worth thousands of rupees were reduced to ashes. Police in order to disperse the rioters resorted to aerial firing and used tear gas, while the protestors also started firing at Banda Daud Shah Police Station, injuring two policemen. A protestor, identified as Qeemat Khan son of Wali Khan resident of Teri was killed while Amjad Khan, Umar Saeed, Waris Khan, Fahid Khan, Wahab and Munir Badshah sustained injuries during the clash. DPO Daniswar Khan, his gunman Noor Mohin Shah and constable Asif were also wounded. A case has been registered against the rioters and police have started investigation.