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Rehman Malik plead to Supreme Court

Pakistan News: Interior Minister Rehman Malik has requested to the Supreme Court (SC) to inflict ban on collection of skins of sacrificial animals and ‘Fitra’ by political parties.


Rehman Malik plead to Supreme CourtIt will help maintain peace in Karachi, he said while talking to media at the State Guest House after presiding over a meeting held to discuss law and order here on Monday.


He said the situation in the city has improved but “we will remain vigilant and take strict action   against  those  involved in crimes to ensure estbalishment of permanent peace.


“If we receive information about the presence of arms or criminals in the office of any political party, strict action will follow against those found guilty of doing it, he added.


He said joint interrogation team led by SSP has been formed for investigating into the activities of those persons who were arrested during the operation. The team will send its report to Home Secretary.


The Interior Minister said that the SHOs of police stations would have to maintain peace in their areas but if they failed, action would be taken against them.


To a question about allegations of Dr. Zulfikar Mirza against him, Rehman Malik said, “I have requested the prime minister to conduct judicial inquiry into the   matter”.


Malik said “the prime minister has assigned me  the task of maintaining peace in Karachi, and I will do it   to ensure  complete success”.

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