Political parties should close their militant wings: PM
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif addressing a meeting on law and order in Karachi said that the operation in the city was not targeting any political party.
The Prime Minister said that the MQM complaints will be addressed as per the law and the constitution.
He said no political party being targeted in Karachi operation highlighting the non-partisan nature of the operation, which is being led by paramilitary Rangers and other law enforcement agencies.
He said the operation being conducted against all criminals without any political consideration.
Sharif urged all political parties to close their military wings. Talking about Baldia factory fire incident he stressed for inquiring into the motives behind the deadly incident that claimed lives of several innocent people.
Sharif said that the investors, which earlier insist for a meeting in Dubai have now started arriving in Karachi, which indicates improvement of the law and order in the city.
The Prime Minister congratulated the provincial government and law enforcement agencies over the improvement of the situation in the city.
Earlier, Director General Rangers Sindh Major General Bilal Akbar briefed the Prime Minister about the ongoing security operation.
He said the life returning to normal in the city after improvement of law and order.
Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif, Corps Commander Karachi Lt Gen Naveed Mukhtar and other high level officials attended the meeting.
Earlier, Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah and Governor Ishratul Ibad also discussed Karachi operation with the prime minister.