KARACHI - Eight more people were killed in different incidents of target killings, with death toll of the last three days topping 28. Unrest gripped Orangi Town and adjacent localities where five people were killed and scores injured in exchange of fire. Law enforcement agencies have struggled to chalk out a strategy and stop the killings. According to details, the situation became worrisome when unidentified armed men opened fire on pushcarts where people were busy buying daily items. One vegetable vendor Gul Rehman, 32, and Jamal, 25, sustained injuries and died at a hospital. The area police said both the slain had no affiliation with any political party. Gul Rehmans brother is however a member of the ANP. After this incident, a group of armed men opened fire on a makeshifts restaurant. Allah Wasya, 45, Rashid, 22, Ismail, 22, Abdul Malik, 27, Nazuk, 31 and an unknown man sustained injures and were immediately shifted to hospitals where Nazuk and the unknown man died while others were in critical condition. Police said both victims were Seraiki laborers having food at the restaurant. Also, Khushal Khan standing by his house in Banaras market in the limits of Pirabad Police Station was killed by unidentified armed men. In another incident, armed men opened fire at a W-30 bus. Neelum and Hanif sustained injuries and were admitted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital in critical condition. A Rangers soldier deployed at Qasba Morr also got a bullet to his neck and was transported to PNS Shifa for treatment, said police. In the limits of Garden Police Station, an unknown man in his 20s was killed while his body was shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital. The victim was wearing the work shirt painters put on, police said. Further, an activist of MQM was gunned down near Kausar Medical Store on MA Jinnah Road in the limits of Aram Bagh Police Station. The victim, 22-year-old Parkash, son of Rajan, was resident of Ranchore Line. Going home when reached near Kausar Medical Store, unidentified armed men sprayed bullets on him. He received multiple injuries and died on the spot. His body was shifted to Civil Hospital Karachi (CHK) for medico-legal formalities. Police said the victim was activist of MQM. Scores of MQM workers rushed to CHK and chanted slogans. No case was registered till filing of the report. An elderly man was gunned down near Chowrangi Landhi Hospital in the jurisdiction of Quaidabad Police Station. The deceased, 60-year-old Sahib Zada, son of Abdul Aziz, was resident of Gulshan Bonaire, while he was standing at a bus stop near Noor Hussain Mosque when two armed men on motorcycle opened firing on him. Police said the victim hailed from Swat and used to work in looms in the Korangi area.