KARACHI - Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) chief Pir Pagara has urged the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) to support the revival of the commissionerate system in Sindh, asserting that the mohajirs would be the main beneficiaries of the system. Talking to reporters after a meeting with an MQM delegation at the Kangri House on Saturday, Pagara said they were holding meetings with all political parties over the issue of commissionerate system. "We don't want to fight with each other on the issue," he said of the MQM. Pagara said he told the MQM delegates that the commissionerate system was beneficial for the mohajirs. To a media query about the continuing violence and bloodshed in Karachi, he said if "we all agreed to sit together than there would be no bloodshed in the city". "We don't want to see Karachi as a separate province. But, we would demand restoration of the status of Karachi as the country's capital," Pagara added. In reply to another question about the losses due to the strike called by the Sindh nationalist parties, he maintained that there was no honor for the law in the country due to which the government was losing its writ. The PML-F chief also said that the MQM delegation invited him to an Iftar dinner, which he accepted with thanks. The MQM delegation comprised former federal minister Babar Ghauri, former provincial minister Muhmmad Raza Haroon, Waseem Aftab and Adil Siddiqui. The MQM leaders, while talking to the media, said that their party would consider the suggestions of Pir Pagara for adaptation of the commissionerate system.