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Coalition partners behind Karachi unrest, says Shahbaz Sharif

Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday accused the allied parties of the government of being involved in the Karachi unrest, saying some parties had been harbouring militant wings and were using them for their vested interests regardless of the consequences.
Shahbaz was in the country’s economic hub to meet the families of the victims of targeted killings.
Shahbaz is accompanied by many Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leaders, including Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, Pervez Rasheed, Mehtab Abbasi, Abdul Qadir Baloch and Punjab Assembly Deputy Speaker Rana Mashood.
A youth delegation and representatives of civil society organisations were scheduled to meet the PML-N delegation.
Speaking to a victim’s family, the Punjab chief minister said the killers of innocent people in Karachi would face the worst in the world and in the life hereafter. He said restoring peace in Karachi was impossible until the killers were dispensed the harshest of punishments. “Some parties have been harbouring martial wings and now they are using them for their vested interests regardless of the consequences. It is lamentable that the same parties are in the coalition and behind the unrest,” he said.



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  1. Mavia said:

    Please mention that the Organization which meet today with CM was . Entrepreneurs Organization EO Karachi

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