KARACHI - Strongly condemning bomb blasts in Karachi on Monday, Sindh Minister for Information Shazia Marri has said that anti state elements were trying to create uncertainty and destabilise the peace. She reiterated government's commitment to root out terrorism in all its forms and said that anti state elements would not succeed in their ulterior designs. Speaking at a hurriedly press conference at the Sindh Secretariat on late Monday evening, Shazia Marri said that bomb blast were occurred in different areas of the metropolis and not in Pakhtoon areas. The information minister said that on the directives of Prime Minister, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah had ordered an inquiry and constituted a team to investigate into the series of blasts that rocked the city of Karachi. Replying a question, she said that high alert had been sounded in the City and tight security arrangement had been made. She said that after investigation it could be ascertained whether it was security laps. She said that bomb blast were conspiracy against PPP and peoples government. Responding a query, she said that a coalition government led by PPP, MQM and ANP ruling Sindh, while similar coalition government was ruling in the centre. She said according to Sindh Home Department, 27 persons were injured in five bomb blasts whereas according to private channels one person was killed and more than 50 injured. Replying a question, she said that intensity on blasts could be ascertained after investigations. She appealed to the people to remain calm and peaceful and to keep vigilant eyes on anti state and anti people elements and foil their conspiracies. The Information Minister expressed her deep sorrow and sympathies with the victims of the blast and their families. She prayed for the early recovery of the injured persons of the blasts.