Hyderabad  – Sindh Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz President Syed Ghaus Ali Shah said on Sunday that his party Chief Mian Nawaz Sharif and the nationalists of the province have the same agenda. “Nawaz Sharif has always talked of concerns of Sindh and that is why Mumtaz Ali Bhutto has decided to merge his party the Sindh National Front with the PML-N,” he said while speaking at a ceremony organised by the PML-F for Late Pir Sahib Pagara Syed Ali Mardan Shah. He said his party was holding talks with other political parties also for strengthening its organisation in Sindh. “Many political personalities have approached for joining the PML-N,” he added. On unification of the PML’s different factions, he said eighty per cent people wanted unification of the party. “The Late Pir Pagara also desired unification of all factions and present Pir Pagara too is working for it.”Touching the issue of creating new provinces, Ghaus said the government should talk to those demanding creation of new provinces to resolve the issue and the PML-N would also play its role in this regard.“Nawaz is not opposed to creation of new provinces. But, he wants new provinces on administrative grounds and not on the ethnic or linguistic basis.” The PML-N leader said any damage to Sindh would harm the entire country. “Pakistan would be strong if Sindh is strong,” he said. Syed Jalal Mehmood Shah of the Sindh United Party, Taj Muhammad Nahyon of the JUI, Kanwar Qutubuddin of the PML-F, Nawab Rashid Ali, Sorath Thebo and others also spoke on the occasion.SHC CJ concerned over Karachi unrest: Chief Justice Sindh High Court Justice Mushir Alam has expressed concern over recent spate of violence in Karachi and said that he would soon hold a meeting with government officials to seek proposals. He was talking to journalists here on the other day during a visit to the District and Sessions Court along with Chief Justice of Supreme Court of Morocco Mustapha Fares. He said that some deficiencies have been noted on the part of the administration officials and these would be discussed in the meeting. He promised good news as far as appointment of judges in the courts is concerned. He said that a majority of judges would be taken from interior Sindh. “You will hear good news as judges in a large number will be inducted in Sindh High Court and majority of them will be from interior Sindh”, he said when asked when would shortage of judges in the court would come to an end.