ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - All pending issues among coalition partners in Sindh stand resolved as MQMs reservations over amendments in the Local Government (LG) Bill, especially appointment of administrators have been addressed, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said. In fact, there is no more difference of opinion between Pakistan Peoples Party and the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) as both have evolved a consensus to ensure functioning of the coalition, Malik told media persons at Parliament House, on Friday. MQM had reservations over amendments in the LG Bill, including appointment of administrators; however, those stand addressed now, he said while referring to his extensive meeting with an MQM delegation at the Governors House Karachi the other night. Meanwhile, we also have taken Awami National Party (ANP) onboard over the developing political situation, besides its chief Asfandyar Wali Khan himself has talked to MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain regarding situation of Karachi, the minister said. Replying to a question, Malik said there was no target killing in the port city as security forces, especially the Sindh Police and the Rangers, were vigilant to maintain law and order. I myself am in contact with the Sindh IGP and this mornings incident was not of target killing but the person was killed during mobile snatching. Similarly, the police officials murder on Thursday evening was also a criminal incident, and not target killing, Malik said in response to question about last 24-hours situation in Karachi. Regarding threats to Federal Minister Nabeel Gabol by unknown persons, Malik said a high level investigation has been launched by the Sindh Police while FIA and the IB were also assisting in the probe. To a query about attack on Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, the minister said it was totally a provincial subject, however, the federal government was providing full support to the Punjab police. On the occasion, the Interior Minister also disclosed that a big crackdown would be launched on illegal money exchangers in the next few days. He asked the overseas Pakistanis to send their money through banks rather than using the hundi system.