KARACHI - The tribunal set up to probe into the incidents of violence occurred in the city between November 30 to December 2 2008 will resume proceedings from Monday, official sources revealed to The Nation here on Wednesday. The registrar of the said tribunal has notified that proceedings to probe into the incidents occurred between 30th November to 2nd December 2008 in Karachi, in which dozens of innocent people were killed and scores others sustained injuries besides large-scale damage to the properties would restart its functioning on February 23, 2009. Justice (Retd) Ali Muhammad Baloch will head the inquiry tribunal. The tribunal has issued notices to public at large to appear and furnish evidence having knowledge of the relevant facts or in possession of any information regarding the tragic incidents in question, may register his/her name and other particulars with the registrar on or before 23rd February at the office situated at Circuit House No II, (Old Balochistan House) near Dr. Ziauddin Hospital, Shirin Jinnah Colony, Clifton, Karachi during working hours. It may be mentioned here that about 47 persons were killed and more than 200 including women and children sustained injuries besides destruction of a large number of houses, shops and vehicles during four days of violence that erupted in the metropolis on November 30 2008. Police and rangers in a joint operation at Afghan Camp had rounded up 24 Afghan nationals for their alleged involvement in riots and other criminal activities and also recovered weapons and looted valuables from them.