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Sources in Sindh govt said that four provincial ministers and two advisors from MQM are likely to take oath very soon.
The port city has been on high alert with roads being cordoned off for the former president's security.
Strict security arrangements in place with over six thousand personnel on duty at the site.
Two suspected miscreants attacked a police mobile van with a hand-grenade which exploded inside their own vehicle.
The Sindh government has given government jobs to three transgenders in Karachi, issuing them appointment letters.
TTP claimed responsibility for the attacks which also killed a private security guard.
Also today, a vehicle carrying MQM MPA Dr Arshad Vohra was attacked with a hand-grenade and gunfire.
The death underscores problems in eradicating polio from Pakistan, one of only 3 countries where the disease is endemic.
Highly placed Pakistani officials said the delegation was given a special message from the Taliban shura.
The CJ directed the AG to convene a joint meeting of Customs, MSA, Coast Guard officials, Rangers and police personnel.
Director General FIA Saud Mirza said statements of some bureaucrats have already been recorded in this regard.
Based on the estimated advertising spend Rs30 million, each of the recovered weapons cost the govt Rs1.8 million.
“He will remain in Pakistan until he decides himself to move anywhere he deems necessary to initiate the peace process.”
The Sindh government presented its stance that it was ready to hold the local body elections scheduled for Dec 2013.
The DG Rangers came hard on police saying the force cannot be trusted with intelligence sharing, sources told Dawn.com.