Mr Gabol stated that he knew of almost 5,000 houses where weapons were stored and that there was no need for a political reconciliation. He also held the PPP as among those responsible for the situation in Karachi. — File Photo

 

KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader and MNA Nabeel Gabol on Tuesday said “everyone knows who is responsible for the killings in Karachi”, DawnNews reported.

Mr Gabol stated that he knew of almost 5,000 houses where weapons were stored and that there was no need for a political reconciliation. He also held the PPP as among those responsible for the situation in Karachi.

Speaking during a debate on the situation of Karachi in the National Assembly, Mr Gabol said that he would tell Interior Minister Rehman Malik about the elements responsible for destabilising Karachi.

He said he did not want any prize for identifying the culprits and further stated that the police and law enforcement agencies were providing security to the criminals.

During the session, PPP leader Fauzia Wahab said some people were unwilling to accept the facts behind Karachi’s situation and were destroying the city as a result of their irrational approach towards the issue.

On the occasion, Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz leader Ayaz Amir said that different administrative systems were being introduced for different regions of Sindh. He further said that the corps commanders should not issue statements on Karachi and other internal issues.

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