KARACHI - An SHC bench consisting Justice Mushir Alam and Justice Safar Ali Bhutto summoned the Sindh Government, MQM, ANP and other respondents seeking explanations over the killings in recent violence in the metropolis and land grabbing issues for the next hearing to be fixed later. The plaintiff Syed Iqbal Kazmi appeared before the bench, where on the direction of the court, he produced some evidences, including copies of FIRs, documents from board of revenue department and documentary films. The petitioner submitted that at least one hundred and ninety six people were killed in different incidents of violence occurred in April, 2009. The bench issued notice to the respondents and adjourned the hearing for the next hearing. The plaintiff said in the petition that several lives of the innocent people had fallen victim to miscreants as well as huge quantity of public property was damaged in recent violence, but no serious action has been taken against the involved people; rather, only innocents were arrested for nothing. He maintained that the violence was erupted for the purpose of land grabbing in different parts of the metropolis. He accused the political parties by submitting that they have violated the constitution 153 of Pakistan openly, as they have promoted the ethnicity, but no action has been taken against them so far. He made respondents to Sindh Government through its chief secretary, Secretary Land Utilization Board of Revenue, City District Government Karachi (CDGK), Karachi Development Authority (KDA), Karachi Port Trust (KPT), Federal Ministry of Port and Shipping, Pakistan Railway, Director General of Katchi Abbadi Department, Registrar Co-operative Society Government of Sindh, Capital City Police Officer (CCPO), Malir Development Authority (MDA), Awami Nation Party (ANP) Sindh chapter, Rabita Committee of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). Stay order issued in RCHS The same bench, issued stay order regarding the suspension or appointment of any director in Roti Co-operative Housing Society (RCHS) of Scheme 33. The bench directed the government and the authority concerned to not take any action against the RCHS and also not to appoint any head. Secretary General of the society, Mohammad Sadiq moved a constitution petition against bringing changes in the society by the appointment of the higher authority by the government officials. The plaintiff submitted that some government authorities wanted to appoint their own administrator in the society by suspending the newly elected body of the society in order to occupy the lands in the society, as they did in the previous regime. The petitioner made respondents to registrar and secretary of Co-operative Society and others.