PPP leaders Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah Federal Minister for Religious Affairs ,Federal minister for law justice and parliamentary affairs Farooq H Naik , Syed Naveed Qamar Federal Minister for Defence flanked by PML(N) leaders Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar, MNA Khawaja Muhammad Asif talks to media after meeting at Punjab house. INP (File)

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah Monday demanded an immediate operation in Karachi to improve law and order situation in the port city, DawnNews reported.

The religious minister said that innocent people were being killed in Karachi. He said that all stake-holders of the city should be taken in confidence before conducting an operation in the

Talking to media representatives outside the parliament, Shah said that that the law and order issue in Karachi is issue of the entire country.

He said that all political stakeholders of the city should sit together and devise a strategy to deal with this menace rather than just condemning that.

Senator of Awami National Party (ANP) Shahi Sayyed supported the stance of Khurseed Shah and held the police responsible for that.

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