KARACHI - The PPP led government is likely to remove any one of the top-stalwart of Sindh police to fulfil the demands of its ally MQM and resolve the ongoing tense situation emerged between both the leading parties of Sindh, The Nation learnt on Sunday. The sources told that the issues, MQM has pertaining the matter, would be discussed in todays meeting between MQM Chief Altaf Hussain and President Asif Zardari in London. MQM is hopeful that the president will consider MQM s concerns as it has been the case in past. Muttahida Qaumi Movement has demanded of the government to remove the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sindh and Capital City Police Officer who patronize drug mafia, land grab mafia and underworld. MQM, an ally of the ruling PPP in Sindh and Federal government, warned to take a stern action, but does not have decided to give deadline in this regard in case of non-cooperation on the part of the government. The informed sources told The Nation that Federal Minister Rehman Malik was trying to convince MQM to withdraw from the demands of the removal of IG Sindh and CCPO Karachi, yet PPP will likely to remove one of the officers from the slot to pacify the angry MQM. Sources also told that Federal Minister Rehman Malik summoned the CCPO Waseem Ahmed at London forthwith to decide the new course of action. MQM Deputy Parliamentary leader, Haider Abbas Rizvi, told The Nation that there was no dead-lock between both the parties, in fact, the MQM leadership has raised its objection which is hopefully be considered by the PPPs government. He said that MQM had not proposed name of any officials for the post of the IG Sindh and CCPO Karachi. We have requested the Government to replace these officers, who are involved in patronizing drug mafia, land grab mafia and underworld, he added. More than 33 workers of MQM have been detained by the law enforcement agencies in the wake of the recent violence at metropolis. It is very strange that majority of them have been arrested from their houses rather than points of violence. Advisor to CM, Waqar Mehdi, when contacted, denied having such kind of suggestion, yet he asked both the parties to work for the betterment and progress of the country.