KARACHI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has assured Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) that none will be treated unfairly during ongoing targeted operation in Karachi, media reports.
PM Sharif reached in Karachi on Friday to attend an important meeting and briefing of the security agencies over the continued targeted operation in the city.
The prime minister met prominent leaders of the local business community and key journalists along with anchors in Governor House, after attending meeting at the Rangers Headquarters.
While talking to the media in Governor House, PM Sharif vowed that the ongoing targeted operation in Karachi will end at its natural conclusion and arrested accused would not be allowed to enjoy in the prisons.
“We will make sure that the arrested accused should not be able to go free again and rangers with police should not continue chasing them afterwards,” added PM Sharif.
A delegation of the MQM led by Farooq Sattar called on PM Sharif in Governor House and exchanged views over Karachi operation. The MQM leaders demanded the premiere to form a committee, to monitor operation in Karachi, without any further delay.
”In the beginning of the operation, it was felt that it has been launched against the MQM,” said Farooq Sattar on the occasion, adding, till formation of the monitoring committee, questions will continue.
“This city belongs equally to the others like the Mutahida and we endorse mandate of the MQM in Karachi,” said the Prime Minister during talks with Farooq Sattar.
“None will be treated unjustly during continued targeted operation in Karachi,” assured PM Sharif to the MQM leaders.
The premiere gave approval and issued instructions to form the monitoring committee within next 48 hours for Karachi operation