KARACHI - The PPP has announced to organise a public gathering at the Nashtar Park on November 13 here in reaction to PML-Ns anti-President Zardari rally taken out in Lahore on October 28. Sindh Home Minister Manzoor Wassan, who is also a member of the the PPPs Central Executive Committee, was addressing a press conference at his office on Monday. He said that the PPP would show its pubic strength and would not tolerate the non-parliamentary critics on elected President Asif Ali Zardari. The home minister also announced to enforce 144, once again banning the holding of rallies and public meetings in the province from Tuesday November 1st, 2011. He, however, made it clear that the ban can be lifted if any party seeks permission for organising a political gathering. The Sindh government had relaxed the ban for two days to facilitate the MQMs rally which was organised in support of President Asif Ali Zardari on October 30 in Karachi. The provincial minister said that the government had ordered judicial inquiry into the incidents of attack and torching of offices of PML-N in different areas of the province. He disclosed that some miscreants have also attacked PPP offices and burnt posters and portraits of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, adding that he had suspended the SHOs of Khairpur and Kandhkot following the attacks at the PML-N offices. The government can grant permission to the PML-N if it applies to seek permission and follows the rules, he said with information that PML-N was also willing to hold pubic rally in Sindh. Though when Nawaz Sharif was chief minister of Punjab in 1988 he had never ever received Benazir Bhutto who was Prime Minister in Punjab, yet our government will provide full security to PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif on his visit to Sindh, he said. Earlier, the Sindh home minister held a meeting with different political and religious parties including the MQM, Sunni Tahreek, ANP, Jamaat-e-Islami, PPP, Jafferia Alliance and others and discussed steps to implement the code of conduct devised by the government of Sindh. He said that district coordination officers and the Home Department would issue permission for collecting the hides of sacrificial animals, while only those who have permission would be allowed to get the hides. He said the media persons that 22 parties have singed code of conduct. He announced that if anyone violates the code of conduct, cases would be lodged under the Anti-Terrorism Act. He added the people voluntarily can go and deposit animal skins at mosques and seminaries of their areas. Police and Rangers will monitor the people shifting hides of sacrificial animals from one place to others, he said, adding that police will arrest and confiscate the hides from those people who will not have NOC copy with them. He said that the government had also imposed ban on carrying weapons during three days of Eid.