KARACHI - Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik has categorically said stated that Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad is not being replaced and there is no truth in such reports. He said President Asif Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani have clearly contradicted it and the Prime Minister had specially asked him for its contradiction. He said the media should not float such reports without their confirmation. Dr Ishratul Ebad is not being changed, he told the media after a meeting with the Governor at the Governor House here on Tuesday. Malik vowed that no leniency will be shown in future towards target-killings in Karachi. He said the target-killings in Karachi were disturbing, adding black sheep will be exterminated wherever they would be found. Speaking on the occasion, the Governor said all the political parties are concerned over the incidents of target-killings in Karachi, adding the government will deal with iron hand with those who are hatching up conspiracies against the country. Later, talking to newsmen at CM House, Malik said that judicial probe will be conducted into all incidents of target-killings in the City. He said the jurisdiction of Crisis Management Cell has been widened in Karachi for peace in the city; the Cell will have the cooperation of IB and other agencies. He further said the intelligence network has been increased six-fold; the number of Rangers is also being augmented in Karachi. Malik called upon the people to capture target-killings on their cellphones and send the same to the Interior Ministry. The video will be examined and if it is proved real, Rs 500,000 prize will be awarded to the sender, he added. The Federal Minister said that pillion-riding will remain banned in the metropolis. He said the Rangers have been given the authority for launching search raids in the City to control law and order. He said the law and order situation in Sindh is better than other provinces. Malik said no operation is under way in Karachi, only security arrangements are being made. APP adds: Malik also met with Director General Pakistan Rangers Sindh, Majo-Gen Liaquat Ali, at the Rangers Headquarters here on Tuesday. In his brief chat with the media after the meeting, Malik said he has taken a brief from the Rangers officials about the law and order situation in the metropolis. Malik said he will discuss the matting regarding alleged target-killing incidents in the city with all stakeholders to take them into confidence. In this regard, he will also meet with Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah, he informed. Earlier, he along with Federal Interior Secretary Syed Kamal Shah met with the DG Sindh Rangers.