KARACHI Three people were killed while two vehicles were torched in various parts of the city despite the security alert aimed to ensure law and order in the city for smooth burial of Dr Imran Farooq. The entire city gave deserted looks as all the commercial, private and other activities were completely suspended even the fuel and gas stations and all kinds of vehicular traffic came to standstill. But despite tight security measures in the city, a man was gunned down on the Hub River Road Baldia near the bus stop within the limits of Baldia Police Station. The victim 38-year-old Nazeer Ahmed son of Ameen Ahmed, resident of Medina Colony, was standing at the bus stop when unidentified armed men resorted to firing resulting in death Nazeer on the spot. Police shifted his body to Civil Hospital Karachi (CHK) for medico legal formalities and later handed it over to his family. Separately a factory worker was gunned down at the Hospital Round about Landhi in the limits of Quaidabad Police Station. The victim 45-year-old Tayab Rehman son of Hafeez Ur Rehman was going to textile factory situated at Export Processing Zone on his bicycle, where armed men opened indiscriminate firing, resulting in his death. Police shifted his body Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) for medico legal formalities. In another incident a boy was gunned down while another was injure in Aasu Goth Bakra Piri in the jurisdiction of Malir City police Station. The deceased 9-year-old Hammad son of Taj Mohammad was sitting outside his home situated at Malir Aasu Goth with his cousin Junaid, 16, son of Hanif when suddenly an unidentified man pulled a TT pistol and opened fir on them and escaped from the scene. Inquiry Officer (IO) Sagheer said the victim was the resident of same area and he was mentally weak. Police shifted the body to JPMC where the victims family took away his body without completing any legal formalities. The Inquiry Officer said Junaids condition was critical. No case was registered till filing of the report. In another incident tension prevailed in North Karachi after a clash started between two rival ethnic political parties in the limits of Khwaja Ajmair Nagri Police Station. Unidentified men were forcibly closing the shops when suddenly workers of rival group reached and the exchange of fire left two people wounded.