“The political parties need to develop greater coordination among themselves for ensuring law and order and peace in financial hub of the country. The federation will continue to provide every possible support to the provincial government for the maintenance of law and order and eradication of the menace of terrorism” the minister said.
He was talking to while talking to a Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) delegation comprising Dr Farooq Sattar, Babar Ghouri, Abdul Rasheed Godil and Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui at Punjab House.
The meeting discussed in detail the law and order situation in Sindh in general and Karachi in particular, especially the progress made so far after visit of the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to the coastal city.
“The prime minister’s visit had paved way for forging close collaborative equation among the political leadership to work in unison to ensure peace in Karachi and rest of the province,” the minister observed.
The minister assured the delegation that their concerns would be addressed.
“The MQM being the major political stakeholder has an important role to play in politics and governance of Sindh,” Nisar said adding, “At political level Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) and MQM needed to work more closely and coordinate their efforts in the interest of not only Sindh but the entire country.”
The development of Karachi, improved law and order situation and good governance were shared objectives of the two major political parties, he added winding up the meeting.