ISLAMABAD - The parliamentarians in the National Assembly on Wednesday continued debate on the law and order situation in Karachi and suggested to find a political solution to bring peace in the economic hub of the country. Taking part in the debate, lawmaker Zafar Baig Bhittani termed the target killings in Karachi a conspiracy against the country to divide people on ethnic grounds. He warned the government, saying if situation remained the same in the economic hub of the country, the people belonging to different ethnic groups might stand against one another that would be a most dangerous situation in Karachi. Coming down hard on the government for their failure to bring peace and stability, he said that concerned authorities would have to pay serious attention towards the issue. PML-N MNA Tahira Aurangzeb said if foreign hands were involved in the recent law and order situation in Karachi, the government should expose them. She was of the view that all political parties should sit together to find out a solution to this issue. Tahira said that stability in Karachi was linked to economy of the whole country. PPP legislator Jamshed Dasti while taking part in the debate said that military operation was not the solution and the political leadership would have to find its solution. Talking about the formation of new provinces, the MNA hailing from South Punjab said that the new provinces would further strengthen the Federation while these would help the government in improving governance and addressing public issues. Online adds: Expressing grave concernover law and order situation in Karachi and Balochistan, parliamentarians have demanded restrictions on the movement of US ambassador. Zafar Baig Bhatni was chagrined over the unrestricted movements of American ambassador in Balochistan, as if he was member of the Balochistan Assembly, Governor or CM. America seemed to be seeking an embassy location in the embattled province, as if contemplating its 'early independence, he added. MNA Usman Khan also expressed his grave concern over Balochistan situation where almost 10 persons were being killed daily.