At least 14 people have been killed in renewed violence in the last 24 hours, the media reported on Saturday.
Karachi is mourning a week of seething violence linked to ethnic tensions.
The death toll from gunmen and arsonists was at least 10 on Friday night, while dozens of vehicles were set ablaze in the rampage.
A day of mourning has been called by the chief of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) urging the business community to keep their businesses closed in support of their call.
Transporters kept their vehicles off the roads while all private schools were also shut.
The latest wave of violence began after the killing of an Awami National Party (ANP) worker Hidayatullah Mehsud, a member of the party’s Sindh Council, in the Manghopir area, on Friday night. He
Ethnic violence has crippled the city with sparse business activity and pockets of violence.
Source: Business Recorder