ISLAMABAD - Alleging the federal as well as the Sindh governments for their poor strategy and negligence in controlling the target killings in Sindh, President PML-Q (likeminded) Senator Salim Saifullah Khan said on Tuesday that the menace of target killings is spreading fast to other provinces. He also urged the federal government to call an APC (All Parties Conference) in order to devise an effective strategy to control the deteriorating law and order situation in Karachi and Balochistan. The incidents of target killings are spreading fast to other provinces due to the negligence and lack of strategy by federal and provincial governments, Salim said while talking to a party delegation that called on him here on Tuesday. He expressed his disappointment over the fact that not even a single perpetrator, involved in the Karachi target killings, has been brought before the nation and media. He added that at least 800 innocent people have been killed since January last. He was of the view that the leaders of political parties are busy in the blame-game while the target killings in Sindh and Balochistan are on the rise. The government has become a silent spectator over these issues, said the President PML-Q (Likeminded). He said that the rhetoric statements by the political leaders are not enough, as the people want practical measures to be taken. He said that since Karachi is the hub of the economic activities, the present law and order situation has seriously affected the economy of the country. He urged the government to summon the APC and the other major stakeholders and reach out to the causes of these target killings and draw an effective strategy to improve the situation.