KARACHI - Jamaat-e-Islami demands the Supreme Court to take notice of Karachi’s law and order situation.The Chief of Jamaat-e-Islami Karachi Muhammad Hussain Mehanti said that law and order situation had been deteriorating in Karachi, Supreme Court of Pakistan should once again pay heed to the situation.  He urged that the City has been captured by terror and terrorists. “At one hand, target killing was claiming several lives on daily basis, while at other the perpetuators of target killing are boosting sectarian violence.” Mehanti further added provincial and federal govt enjoying reconciliation which converted the metropolis in a slaughter house as the city has been handed over to the killers and terrorists. Govt has no right to rule over masses, if could not protect the lives and possession of people. He demanded the govt to withdraw the so-called policy of the reconciliation and take strict action against terrorists without any discrimination.Meanwhile, Jamat-e-Ahle-Sunnat strongly condemned the lethargic attitude of the authorities creating hurdles to sabotage the peaceful rally against anti-Islam film. Talking to to TheNation Chairman Tanzeem-ul-Madaris Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman told that government is trying to the sabotage the peaceful rally scheduled to start from Noorani Chowk, Nomaish to Tibat Centre on Saturday. Before rally, delegation of religious scholars and clerics met Commissioner Karachi Roshan Ali Shiakh and also informed to the concern security agencies. He said Roshan Shiekh gives positive response and assured for the approval with the consideration Of DG Rangers and IG police. Just ahead of the day of rally, authorities thrown drainage water at MA Jinnah Road to sabotage the rally.Mufti Muneeb said it is very shocking for us and we do not understand why government talking such kind of steps.It’s unbelievable that no iron hand has been used to control the miscreants but authorities are very active to stop the peaceful rally of the followers of Massenger of Islam have no history of violence.To protest the sacrilegious movie All Karachi Tajir Ittehad (AKTI) already  announced their support a day earlier and appealed to traders’ community to make the strike for noble cause a success.In a statement, AKTI Chairman Atiq Mir said all shops on route of ‘Tahaffuz e Namoos e Risalat’ rally from Mazar-e-Quaid to Tibet Centre will remain closed and opens after Zuhar prayers.Ends