KARACHI - The PPP government is hopeful of bringing MQM back in ruling coalition, PPP leaders told The Nation on Tuesday. As PPP believes that it will not be possible for it to implement the complete agenda announced by PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif, ranging from steps to revive economy to implement court decision on NRO and others. In this regard, a two-member committee constituted by President Asif Zardari comprising Sindh CM Syed Qaim Ali Shah and Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik held a meeting at CMs House. The committee is working on a task to approach and suggest recommendations with regard to problems, issues and reservations of Muttahida Qaumi Movement and situation of Karachi. The committee discussed the grievances of MQM in details in the light of efforts so far made and reviewed the progress on talks and endeavours to finalise the matter early. Meanwhile, an official statement issued from the CM House said that the meeting reaffirmed the pledge to continue the efforts and it was hoped that the matter will be furthered in progress in a positive manner. Chief Minister Sindh and Federal Interior Minister condemned the Mondays assassination of Joint Sector Incharge Nazimabad of MQM late Adil Jaffri and directed the DIG Police Karachi (West) to submit immediate report based on facts and with judicious inquiry. The matter pertaining to post-killing incidents were also discussed in detail. It was resolved that the culprits involved in murder incident will be apprehended and booked under law. Chief Minister Sindh also announced compensation for the family members of deceased. However, spokesman of CM told TheNation that Sindh Chief Minister also went at the house of MQMs deceased worker Adil Jaffri and offered Fateha. Besides, efforts were in progress as Interior Minister Rehman Malik and Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah held meeting with President Asif Ali Zardari at Bilawal House on Tuesday, where steps and suggestions were discussed to persuade the MQM to bring it back in ruling coalition in centre.