Interior Minister Rehman Malik speaks to media persons. — File Photo by Online

ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Monday said that intelligence agencies might be contacted to help ease law and order situation in Karachi, DawnNews reported.

Speaking to media representatives, he said that he would write a letter to spy agencies seeking their help to restore peace in the violence-ridden metropolis.

The minister said that all state institutions were working to curb lawlessness in the country, adding that improving law and order situation requires collective efforts.

Malik said the agencies would take actions along with providing sensitive intelligence.

Meanwhile, in ongoing wave of violence, at least 13 more people lost their lives in different incidents of hostility in the financial hub of the country on Monday.

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