Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that stern action would be taken if any political party is found involved in the target killing incidents as government would not allow anyone to deteriorate the law and order situation. Addressing a press conferencing held here on Monday along with Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, the federal minister said that the government is worried over the prevailing law and order situation and increasing incidents of target killing in the mega city as people arrested in the wake of target killing incidents claimed of belonging to political parties and were released from the courts due to insufficient evidences. He stated that the police apprehended more than 60 suspected people in connection with the riots and killings in the mega city and investigation are underway in this regard. Senator Rehman Malik asked the political parties to submit the names of banned party workers to the competent authorities, adding capacities of Karachi police would be enhanced and some 10, 000 personnel would also be hired in this regard. Police department would also be equipped with modern technologies while security cameras would also be installed in the key points of the city, he added giving warning that action would be taken without any discrimination. He was of the view that the situation normalized in Balochistan following imposition of ban of five extremist groups, adding people having illegal arms would be sentenced for ten years imprisonment. He opined that Hakeem Ullah Mehsud and Osama Bin Laden are paid killers, who are following the agenda of anti state elements. No one including Osama Bin Laden, Mullah Umar and Aeman Zahawari are present in the country and if anyone has information about presence of Taliban in the city, we would take action against them, he added. Replying query about reservations of MQM founder, Altaf Hussain regarding Talibanization in the city, he termed it true saying that various banned outfits including Lashkar Jhangvi and Tehreek Taliban are working here, however the government is taking steps to eliminate the curse from the city.