KARACHI (PPI) - Former Sindh Home Minister Dr Zulfiqar Mirza has said that the political conditions for the governments in Islamabad and Sindh are not good and he sees political turmoil in the country in coming weeks and months. Talking to PPI Friday on phone from London, he said, I will play my role to remove confusion the nation is going in the wrong direction and put it in the right way and purpose. I thank Pakistani media for taking my cause which is to save Pakistan. I am also thankful to Lord Nazir Ahmed, who is a Kashmiri by birth and proved to be a more honest Pakistani. He said he has no personal political ambition. My only ambition is to save Pakistan and its people. He said his wife Dr Fehmida Mirza has joined him in London, he said, adding, My wife is on a private visit and not accompanying me on my political activities in the UK as her status as National Assembly Speaker is neutral. Dr Mirza said he had two official and two unofficial meetings with Scotland Yard personnel to assist them during investigations on murder of Dr Imran Farooq in September last year in London. A few more meetings with people in authority here are scheduled in coming days and weeks, he added. I will stay in London as much as I am requested to. Initially, I came here for a week but on the request of Scotland Yard I extended my stay to assist them in the investigations on murder of Dr. Imran Farooq as they are getting something positive from me. Hopefully, if I finish my work in UK, I may return to Pakistan next month, he added. On Friday, Dr Mirza travelled to Bradford and Manchester to address members of Pakistani community at meetings arranged by them. AKS sends relief goods: Al-Khidmat Welfare Society of Jamaat-e-Islami Karachi on Friday sent five trucks of blankets and relief goods for the flood victims of Interior Sindh. Al-Khidmat Welfare Society secretary Abdul Aziz pointed out the prevailing situation of flood-affected areas of Interior Sindh saying the victims are suffering the terrible situation because of winter season. He underlined the need of blankets and warm clothes for the people of flood affected areas. He appealed to the philanthropist to come forward for the help of the shelter-less people. These people are waiting for our help to prevent their lives in the winter season. HSC mark sheets ready for issuance: Board of Intermediate Education Karachi on Friday announced that the mark sheets of HSC Part-I Science (Pre-Medical) Annual Examinations 2011 are ready for issuance. The board has advised the college representatives to collect the mark sheets on or after November 25, 2011. Meanwhile, KU on Friday announced that the entry test for candidates seeking admissions in BBA, Commerce, BPA, MBA and MPA will be held on November 27 (Sunday) in various centres set up in different departments of KU.