ISLAMABAD Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik while brushing aside all the allegations levelled against the incumbent government for deteriorating law and order situation said that the government was committed to eliminate terrorism and any party involved in Karachi violence would not be spared. He was speaking on the floor of the Upper House Wednesday while concluding the debate on the prevailing law and order situation in the country. He informed the house that a true picture on the bad law and order situation was not being portrayed adding that he was ready to give an in-camera briefing to the legislators to sensitise them about the issue. He also responded to many allegations of the Senators that they had levelled during the their speeches against the government and Rehman Malik himself while taking part in the last two days on-going debate on law and order. The house echoed with the voices of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Senators when Rehman Malik while responding to the speech of Professor Khurshid Ahmed said that JI was part of Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) during Musharraf regime when Pakistan became an ally of US in the war against terrorism. No doubt, foreign hands are behind the destabilisation of Pakistan but never forget that all the suicide bombers who blow themselves up at different places are Pakistanis, Malik said. He was of the view that foreign forces were using Pakistanis for destabilising Pakistan. He also admitted failure to some extent of the incumbent government in eradicating terrorism from the country but said in the same breath that the government was committed to eradicate this menace and all political forces had unanimously decided to take action against such elements. He also appreciated the role of Pakistan Army and paramilitary forces for their great sacrifices in the war against terrorism. He also gave province wise details of the law and order situation. About Sindh, he said that workers of all parties including MQM, ANP, JI and PPP were being killed in Karachi target killings and not of a single party. He also refuted the allegation that President Zardari had said in a meeting that MQM killed hundred PPP workers in recent violence. He explained that President had said that hundreds of PPP workers had been killed in Karachi violence and he hid not allege any party. He held responsible drug mafia and land mafia for the Karachi target killings. He committed in the house that any political party including PPP, ANP and MQM would not be spared if involved in the target killings of Karachi. Action had been taken against the insurgents in Balochistan and now there is no target killings inside Quetta due to my efforts as he held a lot of meetings with the Balochistan provincial administration on the issue, the Minister said. Rehman Malik said that KP was a frontline province in the war against terrorism and situation has improved in Swat and Malakand after the military operation. Responding to another allegation, he said that no irregularity had been done while giving visas to foreigners in UAE. He also announced to withdraw politically motivated cases against Senator Shahid Bugti. Prior to the concluding debate by Interior Minister, Prof Khurshid Ahmed, Prof Sajid Mir and Engr Rasheed Ahmed took part in the debate on the law and order situation. Prof Khurshid was of the view that the menace of terrorism could not be got rid of until they would not get rid of war against terrorism. Engr Resheed said that they had been debating the issue of war against terrorism for many years but the debate was inconclusive. We should take practical steps for the solution of the problem rather long discussions, he added. The house was adjourned to meet again today (Thursday) at 10:30 am. Earlier Senator Ishaq Dar of PML-N moved to the house to discuss the situation of economy of the country after devastating floods that caused billions of losses to it. The house will hold the debate on the issue today.