KARACHI - Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Pakistan on Wednesday presented seven-point formula for the peace and prosperity of Karachi. The JI leaders said that peace in Karachi was necessary for the economical prosperity and solidarity of the country and demanded of President Zardari and Prime Minister Gilani to implement their announcement forthwith about the peace of Karachi. Addressing a press conference after a three-day long visit to overview the present prevailing law and order situation in Karachi, JI Central General Secretary Liaquat Baloch at Idara-e-Noor Haq informed that a high-level delegation of Jamaat-e-Islami held several meetings in Karachi with the people from all walks of lives including the families of the victims of target killings to know about the real situation. JI Central leader Fareed Paracha, Sirajul Haq, JI Punjab Ameer Waseem Akhtar, JI Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ameer Prof Ibrahim, JI Sindh Ameer Asadullah Bhutto, JI Balochistan Ameer Abdul Mateen Khanzada and others were present on the occasion. Liaquat Baloch alleged that representative of Karachi mandate - federal and provincial government - were the responsible for the target killings of thousands of people, damages of million of rupees properties, and encroachment of prime lands in Karachi. He said that the acts of ruling parties were the part of American agenda to destroy the economical and international position of Karachi. Presenting the seven-point formula of Jamaat-e-Islami to restore the peace of Karachi, Baloch demanded immediate formation of a high-level commission comprising judges of Supreme and High Courts to take indiscriminate action against the culprits. He urged the personnel of law enforcement agencies to present the target killers in front of media and judiciary and not to use them for political blackmailing. The JI leader demanded a high-level probe into 12th Rabi-ul-Awal, 12th May 2004, 12th May 2007, 9th April 2008, Aashura, Arbaeen and Boltan Market incidents and underlined the need for arrest of the culprits nominated in the FIRs on abovementioned incidents and identified through CCTV footages. He underlined the need for holding free, fair, transparent and independent elections for the real representation of Karachi and alleged that 'Thappa mafia had destroyed the image of democratic process. Baloch demanded immediate implementation on the verdict of superior judiciary on the petition filed by the former City Nazim Naimtullah Khan against the illegal encroachment on government parks and prime land of Karachi. He urged the government to arrest the terrorists involved in the killings of more than 60 police officers and chalk out a uniform policy for the appointment and posting in the police to abandon the political influence. Liaquat Baloch asked Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah to immediately enforce the resolution of 2008 All Parties Conference and take all the parties into confidence for Karachi peace.