Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has said that there is no Shia-Sunni conflict in Karachi. He made these remarks while hearing a suo motto case on Karachi unrest. We should say things which could strengthen nation and the country, the chief said remarked. I am myself a Punjabi, but I am proud of speaking several languages. Security forces are working in Karachi, he said, adding there will be some improvements in security situation. The chief justice said claims are being made repeatedly for security of witnesses, but nothing has been done in practical. Justice Chaudhry observed that protection of a witness is the top priority in India. Attempts are being made to include extortion in cases of terrorism, the court said. Justice Sarmad Usmani said one party of Karachi is constantly violating Article 17 of the Constitution. He asked Advocate General if he knew the party. The chief justice further said 1310 people were murdered in Karachi last year. If IG Sindh knows that 40 percent appointments in police have been made on political grounds, than why wasnt government aware of it.