KARACHI  - The State Life Insurance Corporation (SLIC) has fulfilled its promise and presented the cheque of Rs.1 million to father of the fire victim, Late Owais Baig.A SLIC statement said that the cheque was presented at a simple ceremony held on Monday at the SLIC’s Principal Office here. It said that SLIC has fulfilled its promise and handed over the cheque oo father of the late fire victim who was killed by falling down in the fire incident in State Life’s Building Nov 11, which occurred recently in Karachi. The statement said that today in a simple ceremony held at Principal Office, the Chairman State Life, Shahid Aziz Siddiqui, said that this compensation cannot match the value of a human life.  He sanctioned the scholarship to the victim’s sister and on the request from the bereaved family, he promised to consider the job for the victim’s brother as per rules. Victim’s father, Abdur Rasheed Baig, praised the initiatives, actions taken by the State Life and prayed for the success of the Corporation.Executive Directors and other senior Officers from the State Life were also present. verdict in City violence case DEFERRED:  Supreme Court (SC) has deferred the verdict in Karachi violence case. A 5-member larger bench of SC led by Justice Anwar Zahir Jamali took up Karachi violence case for hearing Monday in its Karachi registry. Election Commission, Rangers, Revenue department, Jail authorities and IG Police presented their respective reports to the court. An interim order was to be issued in this case but all the judges could not sign it therefore, the decision to render the interim order was deferred.  It may be recalled that 5-member bench expressed dissatisfaction over the implementation process of its directives last month and gave remarks on many occasions that its directives were not complied with. The court had directed the secretary election commission to consult the political parties on the matter of redrawing of electoral constituencies and submit report. The court had also sought report about fitness of 3000 vehicles.  Banning the transfer of state land, the court had summoned record of state land transferred after assassination of Benazir Bhutto. New arms license policy was also presented in the court.  The court had also directed IG Sindh to set up a cell to forge coordination between police and rangers and collect the record about the apprehension and custody of the culprits.