LAHORE - Federal Minister for Trade and Investment Makhdoom Amin Fahim Sunday said that Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) had nothing to do with provision of Sugar to the provinces. He was responding to a statement by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif that Punjab government will purchase sugar directly from Sugar Mills if the TCP did not meet its requirement of the commodity on his arrival at Lahore Airport. The minister said that all decisions relating to the procurement and distribution of sugar were taken in federal cabinet and Economic Coordination Council and TCP was not the right forum to take up such issues. He said TCP will act according to the decision taken by the cabinet and the ECC on the issue. Makhdoon said federal government had not yet received any written request from Punjab government regarding provision of sugar. To a question about Karachi situation, he said that all political parties should sit together to find out a solution. He said it was not the job of army to set the things right in Karachi or any other city. About MQMs re-joining of the Sindh and federal government, he said government was ready to address all grievances of the MQM to woo them back. The minister said that PPP had already restored commissionerate system in Sindh but it would welcome suggestions from political parties to make improvement in the system.