KARACHI - The Multi-Parties Conference (MPC) hosted by Sunni Tehreek have adopted resolutions demanding the government to set up independent judicial commission over the killing of religious and political parties workers in the City and should pay the compensation to the victims' families. PML-N, Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan, Jamat-e-Islami (JI), Sindh National Front (SNF), PDF, PPI and other political parties leaders participated in the conference. They also demanded the government to provide jobs to the heirs of political and religious parties' victims who lost their lives in different incidents. ST also demanded in the resolution from the government to end 'No-go' areas in the City, without any discrimination and allow all the religious and political parties to continue their political activities with freedom. In another resolution participants also demanded all the cases should be withdrawn which were registered due to political victimisation. Government should arrest those who were involved in target killing in Karachi despite their affiliation with any political party. MPC demanded from the government that it should take measures which helped in controlling inflation and also reduce the financial burden of the people. The leaders also demanded that government should abolish quota system and government jobs should be given on merit. "Government should arrest the culprits of Nishtar Park tragedy and April 9 incident and in this connection involved former CM Sindh, Sindh home minister, CCPO, DIG, TPO Jamsheed town and SHO Soldier Bazar of previous regime in investigation." Addressing the MPC, PML-N Sindh senior vice president Saleem Zia has urged MQM chief Altaf Hussain that rather scaring the people of Karachi from the menace of Taliban, he should return from London. "PML-N will also stand with him to fight against the Taliban in Karachi City." He regretted on the current policies of the PPP-led government adding that on February 18 people gave vote for change but PPP government was also following the policies of military dictator General Pervez Musharraf. He regretted that we had forgot our beloved leaders Quaid-e-Millat Khan Liaquat Ali Khan, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto and no culprit involved in the assassination of these leaders was punished. Zia said that this was the time when the PPP ruled the government in the country but still they had not started the probe into the assassination of the Benazir Bhutto. ST central leader Shahid Ghouri said that if PPP government and its coalition partners would abide the policy of live and let live than all the religious and political parties would welcome their gesture. He said that despite the PPP ruled the country but the people were still facing the problems of terrorism, poverty, price-hike, unemployment and others. He urged the government and law enforcement agencies to take serious notice over the killings of ST activists in the City.