KARACHI - Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon has alleged that the leaders of “Petition League” - Mian Nawaz Sharif and Mian Shahbaz Sharif - were the most corrupt men of Pakistan and both brothers believe in minting money and taking bribe. In a statement issued here on Tuesday, he said that Mian Brothers had taken refuge in stay order from the courts because they wanted to protect themselves from corruption cases of worth trillion of rupees.“It is a matter of concern that stay orders have been given to those who are involved in unlimited corruption. Now they are taking refuge under the garb of the courts. If they are not at fault, why they are not facing the courts,” he asked.He said that it was the core desire of Mian Brothers that whenever they came in power, they would appoint their favorite officers to get themselves free from the cases.Memon accused Nawaz Sharif of committing worst corruption during his two tenures and took the bribe of US$140 million in construction of Motorway from Lahore to Islamabad. Besides this, he created artificial shortage of wheat in the country and earned billion of rupees in its import in the name of their relatives. “Mian Nawaz Sharif can cross all limits in gaining money. Now the people of Pakistan raise a question as if they were not guilty, then why don’t they face the courts and get stay orders back,” he added.SITE ASSOCIATION OF INDUSTRY CHAIRMAN FLAYS SECURITY GUARD KILLING: Muhammad Irfan Moton, Chairman, SITE Association of Industry, has condemned the killing of a security guard by dacoits in SITE area here on Tuesday. He said that such incidents were being occurred due to sheer negligence of the police and security agencies of the area. If the police and the security agencies had been alerted, it would not happened.Moton blamed that the SITE Town Police and the Rangers in the area were not alert. He said the murder was committed at Bawany Chali in SITE Area, a large industrial unit situated at plot A-47, SITE Karachi.He said that area police and security agencies had not taken any stringent measures to curb the crime in SITE area and not taken a single step to protect life of industrialists. Crimes in SITE area are increasing and snatching of mobiles and wages from the workers on gunpoint is rampart, he added.The SITE association chairman demanded the Sindh chief minister, Governor, Adviser to Prime Minister on Interior Affairs to take necessary steps to improve the law and order in the biggest industrial estate of the country on war-footings.Paperwork of Mehran Highway phase-II complete: Ebad: The construction of Mehran Highway will help strengthen the industrial growth, said Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan here the other day.He was talking to the Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, Hiroshi Oe, at the Governor House here. The Consul General of Japan in Karachi was also present on the occasion.The governor lauded the government of Japan for its assistance towards the project. He said that the paper work regarding the phase two of the Mehran Highway is now complete.Dr Ishrat was of the view that it was his desire that Mehran Highway phase two be also completed at the earliest.He said that the infrastructure development would help ease the pressure on the busy thoroughfares of the metropolis.The governor also mentioned the Japanese assistance towards the betterment of roads network in Karachi.The Ambassador of Japan on the occasion assured assistance on behalf of his government. He said that it was also his desire that more investors should come here and benefit from the investment environment here.