KARACHI - Maulana Muhammad Ahmed Madani, leader defunct Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) and brother of slain party chief Maulana Azam Tariq, along with his son Abu Bakar was gunned down here in North Karachi on Saturday night. According to reports, Maulana Madni, 56, and his son - Abu Bakar - were on their vehicle bearing registration number ED-4111, when armed men riding motorbikes intercepted them and sprayed the vehicle with bullets at Sector 5-J. Resultantly Maulana and his son sustained multiple bullet injuries. They were rushed to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where doctors pronounced them dead. Scores of activists of Ahl-e-Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) reached the hospital and shouted slogans against the target killings of their leaders, workers and supporters. Maulana Madni stopped the vehicle to pick up someone when assailants resorted to firing at him, said DSP Altaf Hussain, adding they trapped him by calling him at the site. Maulana Madni was the chief cleric of Jamia Muhammadia Trust, Buffer Zone. He was the former president of the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan, Karachi division. Earlier, in 2005, he was injured and his younger son - Abdullah - was killed in a firing attack near Buffer Zone. The incident flared panic in North Karachi, New Karachi, Nagan Chowrangi and various parts of the city while the law enforcement agencies were ordered to keep high alert to avoid any further untoward incident. Meanwhile, an alleged terrorist of a separatist movement was killed and two others got wounded in a deadly blast took place in a house located in the remits of Ibrahim Hyderi Police Station. According to the reports, the blast took place in house located in slum area of Jumma Goth where activists of Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz (JSQM) were busy making the bomb for upcoming strike on March 7. The bomb exploded with a big bang and destroyed the house and nearby buildings. A suspected militant was killed while two others got injured in the incident. Following the blast heavy contingents of law enforcers and other rescue services reached the spot. Police arrested some for suspects including two wounded persons Sadar-ud-din Allah Dino and Ismail Abubaker from the site. IGP Sindh Fayyaz Laghari, when contacted, said that the explosive caught fire when an operative of the outfit lit a cigarette. He said that terrorists were making a bomb to blow up the railway tracks. The IGP Sindh further said that police arrested five militants including three injured from the house. SP CID Mazhar Mashwani said that the literature recovered from the house showed that the terrorists had links with Shafi Burfat group of Sindh Liberation Army, known as Jeay Sindh Qaumi Mahaz. He added that the terrorists have been using this house since last three months. They were using it as JSQM Karachi headquarters. SP Mashwani said that the initial investigations revealed that the suspected terrorists were making crackers to blow up railway tracks on Monday (March 7). Explosive material was similar to the explosive used in the previous attacks, the DIG explained. He said that the group was also behind the attacks on railway tracks throughout the province and the blast in Shah Latif, Bin Qasim Town. Bomb disposal squad also reached the site and collected the evidences from the blast site. About 1.5-kg explosive was used in the blast, it said. Police shifted the dead body and the injured persons to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre. Those who were arrested while fleeing after the explosion were identified as Faisal and Mobin Ahmed. Monitoring Desk adds: A policeman was killed and four others injured in an attack on Saeedabad Police Training Centre in Karachi on Saturday night, reported a private TV channel.