KARACHI - The Sindh government on Tuesday decided to constitute a Tribunal to dig up facts about the unabated target-killing incidents in Karachi, The Nation learnt. According to reports, the Sindh government, taking serious note of the incessant politically-motivated target-killings in the port city, set up a tribunal to investigate such incident thoroughly from January 2010. Sources privy to the matter said that the Sindh Home Department had issued a formal notification regarding the establishment of the tribunal. They disclosed that Justice (r) Ali Sain Dino Metlo would head the tribunal which had been tasked with furnishing its report in one month. The Sindh government has directed the investigation tribunal to submit a report within one month with tangible evidence, the sources said, adding that the tribunal would also record statements of the affected families in this regard. The tribunal has been set up after the current wave of target-killings in which about 50 persons have been so far in a week time. It is to be noted that that Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah has constituted the tribunal following the worst law and order in the city. The sources said that the tribunal had been constituted after the repeated demands of the rival political parities, accusing each other of the killings of political workers and innocent citizens.