Measures For Peace: President meets Sindh governor

Zardari political parties, residents of Karachi to step forward and help government establish peace in the city.


Express August 26, 2011

ISLAMABAD:



After accusing the government of failing to control the killings in Karachi, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on Thursday contacted former ally Pakistan Peoples Party to discuss the violence in the metropolis. Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan met President Asif Ali Zardari at the presidency and discussed the steps afoot to restore peace and normalcy in the city.

A statement issued by the presidency said: “The president assured full support of the federal government to the provincial government in restoring law and order in Karachi, and urged for taking stern action against all extortionists and criminal elements regardless of political affiliations.”  The president said that all political forces and the general public has to come forward and complement the provincial government’s efforts in maintaining law and order in Karachi and restoring normalcy to the city, the statement added.








Published in The Express Tribune, August 26th, 2011.

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COMMENTS (6)

Mastishhk | 9 years ago | Reply

@ Surely..r u sure !!

Surely | 9 years ago | Reply

Got to give credit to Zardari for his International diplomacy. He is definately great in this department.

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