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‘Indiscriminate’ operations to continue in Karachi, says Nisar

ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said that ‘indiscriminate’ operations will be continued for restoring peace in Karachi, ARY News reports.

Chaudhry Nisar, in an interview to the state television, said that Rangers carried out a raid at MQM headquarters Nine-Zero after intelligence reports.

“MQM itself had demanded that the targeted operations should be carried out by the military”, he said.

He added that the all political parties were taken into confidence before the operations commenced in Karachi.

Nisar, answering a question relating to Imran Farooq murder case, stated that that the government is in talks with the British authorities and is fully cooperating with them on the matter.

The interior minister also said that there are evidences of Indian involvement in several terrorism related incidents inside Pakistan, while the Afghan government is also cooperating with the country over the arrest of Taliban supremo, Mullah Fazlullah.

“Not all seminaries are involved in terrorist activities. We are focused on seminaries that can possibly be involved in such acts”, Nisar said.

“The funding of the seminaries is also being monitored”, he added.

He also said that Pakistan has no evidence against Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, adding,  we cannot arrest Saeed on “someone else’s dictation”.

Nisar was firm that there is no existence of Islamic State, also known as Daesh, in the country.

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