KARACHI - Provincial Minister for Local Government Department, Agha Siraj Durrani, on Saturday said that complaints had been received from Malir, Gadap, Keamari and some other areas of Karachi where houses have not been counted in first phase of census. He said the government was looking into these complaints and extra staff could be deployed where they were needed. Talking to the media persons at Provincial Election Commission office, he said that committee comprising of two ministers each from PPP and MQM, has submitted its recommendations with Chief Minister of Sindh for steps to eliminate the targeted killings in city. He informed that committee has suggested action against criminals involved in the targeted killings incident without any discrimination. The local government minister said that a lot of bills were pending in the Assembly, for which MQM has sought more time for legislation on important bills. The issue of legislation on pending bills has been taken in a meeting with Governor of Sindh Dr Ishrat Ul Ebad and MQMs leader Dr Farooq Sattar, who sought time for consultation on them, he added. Durrani hoped that government would succeed in making legislation on important bills before upcoming budget in June.