A high level law & order meeting was held on Monday under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah at Chief Minister House. Interior Minister Rehman Malik also attended. The meeting reviewed the progress for combating the activities of criminals with iron hand and prompt measures will be adopted to apprehend the person involved in target killing without consideration of their party affiliation. It was observed that there are criminals indulged in land mafia. It was decided that no criminal will be allowed to take law in their hands who are showing their loyalty or affiliation to some parties. It has been decided that all parties must produce a list to the respective D.I.Gs of those workers, who have been expelled from their parties, because of misbehavior or any other criminal activities. It was further decided to direct the NADRA to give direct link to C.C.P.O office Karachi while such data will be compiled. It was decided that all D.I.Gs will keep strict vigilance on movement and activities of anti-social elements and illicit arms who are found indulged and use in crime. The meeting was informed that federal government has appreciated the performance of Sindh Government under the guidance and supervision of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah. Federal Government has also appreciated the performance and role of Sindh Home Minister Dr. Zulfiquar Mirza and other law enforcement agencies for handling the situation in Karachi. It was proposed that Karachi needs extra 10,000 police personnel to curb the activities of criminals. As such, federal government will provide funds to provincial government. It was also decided that federal government will approve status like model safe Karachi like safe Islamabad project, for which funds will be utilized from Chinese resources provided to federal government on the request of President of Pakistan Mr. Asif Ali Zardari. Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah and Interior Minister reaffirmed their pledge that all government agencies have to unitedly work for preventive and precautionary measures together with eradication of menace of crime from our society without consideration of ethnic or political affiliation. Sindh Home Minister Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza, Home Secretary Sindh, I.G Police Sindh and Director General, Rangers Sindh briefed the meeting about law & order situation prevailing in Sindh province particularly the Karachi. C.C.P.O Karahi in his briefing informed that during the period from 16th October to 18th October 2010, 36 persons were killed and 51 were injured. He said that out of 36, four persons were killed due to personal amenity. He also said that in all 82 persons have been arrested on 17th & 18th October 2010. He added that ammunition has also been recovered from them. The meeting was attended by Home Secretary Sindh Arif Khan, I.G Police Sindh Babar Khattak, D.G Rangers Sindh Major General Ijaz Khan, C.C.P.O Karachi Fayaz Leghari, A.I.G Police Akhtar Memon, D.I.Gs of Karachi and heads of law enforcement agencies.