KARACHI - The Sindh government on Monday claimed that it would implement all directions of the Supreme Court verdict in suo-moto case on Karachis law and order situation. In a meeting of senior officials of Sindh government, chaired by the provincial law minister Ayaz Soomro, also decided to write to all the political parties, requesting them to expel criminals from their ranks and inform the government as soon as possible. The meeting further decided to meet after every 20 days to review the pace of implementation on the direction of the Supreme Court in Karachi suo moto case. After the meeting, Sindh Law Minister Ayaz Soomro while briefing the media said that IG police was informed the meeting that there was no no-go areas exist in the metropolis. It may be noted here that the then IGP Sindh had also made before the Supreme Court that there are no-go areas within the jurisdiction of different police stations. The two-member SC monitoring committee kept an eye on whatever action was taken by the police and government. The meeting also discussed the observations of the Supreme Court, in which it had said that some of the hardened criminals, who associate themselves with the political parties, do take support of the powerful groups/political parties as is evident from the reports of the joint investigation team of various intelligence agencies. Soomro said that the Sindh Home Department would prepare a draft, which would be sent to all the political parties requesting them to expel the criminals from their ranks and inform the government. The SC in its verdict observed that the militants and criminals are taking refuge in the lap of political and ethnic parties which use the flags of these parties to commit illegal activities with impunity. The law minister, who was flanked with law secretary Ghulam Nabi Shah, told the media that provincial government has already formed a commission led by a retired judge justice Zahid Qurban Alvi with a task to determine and look into cases of target killings for financial compensation for their heirs. He said that crime occurred everywhere in the world. The government has taken measures to curb the crimes. He claimed that ratio of crimes has been reduced to larger extent and peace has returned to the city. Sharing other measures taken in compliance of the Supreme Courts verdict, he said that criminals involved in the notorious crime had been arrested and cases challaned in the courts. Soomro said that the meeting also discussed the Supreme Courts observation about presence of arms and ammunition of prohibited and non-prohibited bores in the City and direction to take steps for cleansing from all kinds of weapons. He claimed that out of total 20 directions of the Supreme Court, the Sindh government has made compliance on majority of them, while few are in the pipeline, which would also be implemented in letter and spirit. To a question, the Sindh law minister said that the commissionerate and local government were separate systems. The commissionerate system was superior passed by the Assembly, so it would not be rolled back, however, the PPP in consultation with all the allied parties would adopt new Local Government Act 2011 soon, he said.