KARACHI - Chief of Pakistan Muslim League (Functional) Pir Pagara on Saturday predicted that the PPP-led Government would not complete its tenure. He foresaw 2011 as year of change of the government. Talking to the media persons after a meeting with PML-Q delegation led by its president Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and Senator Mushahid Hussain, who called on him at Kingri House, Pir Pagara said that the only way to bring peace to Karachi was to impose 'martial law in the city. He said that there was an example when 'martial law was imposed in Lahore in early 50s to contain law and order and bring peace to the Punjab metropolis. To a question, PML-F chief said that he had already predicted change of government in 2011, in which caretaker Prime Minister will come. He said that the law and order situation in Karachi had deteriorated as people were not sure to return to their homes safely. He demanded that the martial law like strict action in Karachi was necessary to bring peace and control the target killings in the city. Pagara said that he was not the product of martial law, but due to bad circumstances he supported the martial law. When asked about the future of united Muslim League, Pir Pagara said that the alliance of all Muslim Leagues was heading successfully, hoping that it would succeed in the future as well. Pagara repeatedly said that the future of Mian Nawaz Sharif in politics was bleak, so he should say good-by to politics. On this occasion, PML-Q president Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain said that he had no personnel differences with Nawaz Sharif, but he believed that PPP and PML-N were working under joint venture. He said that PML-Q was an allied party of united Muslim League, and they would succeed in next elections. Senator Mushahid Hussain said that Government should take responsibility of Karachi operation. PML-Q leader said that his party wanted strict action to eliminate target killings and kidnappings in Karachi. Mushahid said that his party had given five-point agenda to the government envisaging steps to curb corruption, land grabbing and independent foreign policy. The peace in Karachi key for progress of country because city is economic hub of Pakistan, he said and maintained that PML-Q will dont want to form Punjab government now. Meanwhile, Shujaat urged all political parties to work together in order to restore normalcy in the provincial metropolis, saying that the government was not taking proper measures to overcome the problem. Addressing a joint press conference along with PML-Q Secretary General Mushahid Hussain Syed and Awami National Party (ANP) Sindh President Shahi Syed at Mardan House, Shujaat said he met with the leaders of different political parties and discussed prevailing law and order situation in Karachi. PML-Q President was of the view that the countrys leadership, while putting aside politics, should focus on efforts for the improvement of law and order in Karachi that had become a battleground for different mafias operating in the city. Mushahid Hussain Syed, Secretary General of PML-Q, said that the economic stability of the country was directly linked with the restoration of peace in Karachi saying that financial stability of the country was dependent on the peace in city. He said his party was ready to extend its cooperation to bring normalcy in Karachi, adding in this regard PML-Q was consulting all the stakeholders and the process would continue in the future. Criticising the failure of the Government in performing its duties to maintain law and order, Mushahid commented if the federal and provincial governments were not ready to take responsibility to address the issue, the 'angels were playing their role to restore peace in Karachi. He claimed the government had failed to provide security to the residents of Karachi and asked the government to act promptly against those involved in the unrest. Referring to the meeting of Government officials with PML-Q leaders in Islamabad, he said that they discussed the economic issues in Islamabad but the problem was in Karachi, saying that the root cause in our economic hub Karachi needed to be solved. The government should take the initiative and not forgo their responsibility to maintain peace in Karachi, he added. On the occasion, ANP Sindh President Shahi Syed said that every citizen of this country was worried over the law and order situation in Karachi. He thanked the PMLQ leadership for visiting Karachi and stressed the need for developing consensus and consultation for the betterment of country. Meanwhile, PML-Q leaders also held meeting with Sunni Tehreek Chief Sarwat Ejaz Qadri at Head Quarter of Sunni Tehreek and discussed the present law and order situation in Karachi.