ISLAMABAD President Asif Ali Zardari while heading a crucial meeting at the Presidency on Tuesday considered Sindh Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirzas proposal of clamping curfew only in troubled areas of Karachi as the most practicable option. PPP leadership is in difficult times, as one coalition partner MQM is staunchly opposing the proposal of the other ally ANP which is calling for deployment of Army in Karachi. Therefore, PPP underlined partial curfew in the city as the most feasible option in the given circumstances, sources said on condition of anonymity. Otherwise, the severity of fight between the two parties would lead unrest towards civil war, they added. According to an official handout, taking stock of political and security situation in the country the President also sought points of view and suggestions on various issues from the participants. Those who attended the meeting included Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Federal Ministers Makhdoom Amin Fahim, Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, Syed Naveed Qamar, Rehman Malik and Makhdoom Shahabuddin, Secretary General of the Party Jahangir Badar, Senator Faisal Raza Abidi, Mehreen Anwar Raja, Rukhsana Bangash, Fouzia Wahab, Fouzia Habib and Spokesperson to the President Farhatullah Babar. The President directed the Interior Minister to submit a comprehensive report on the situation in Karachi. He also directed that those behind the present spree of target killings be apprehended and brought to justice regardless of their political affiliations, it concluded. When Karachi was under fire, President Asif Ali Zardari appeared in his multidimensional form to tackle all confronting issues simultaneously as he held diverse meetings. At one hand he held meeting with Tanveer Ashraf Kaira who is being tipped as the next leadership of PPP in Punjab, while on the other hand, he met key coalition partner JUI-F leader Fazlur Rehman who called on him separately at the Presidency.