ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister for Information Firdous Ashiq Awan Tuesday said that there was no justification to demand formation of a judicial commission to probe the allegations levelled by former PPP provincial minister Zulfiqar Mirza. Supreme Court is the right forum to test the allegations and the apex court had already taken suo moto notice on Karachi situation, she said while addressing a press conference, held at PID. To a question, the Information Minister said that if anyone had documentary evidence against anyone the court is appropriate forum for it. She said that the court had sought facts about those involved in the target killing incidents in the city. She further said that incumbent government has submitted the required data with the court. When asked about MQMs stance to rejoin government after the Zulfiqars statement, she further said that MQM leaders in their recent press conference held in Karachi had expressed confidence in the PPP leadership. It shows, she said, they satisfied with the stance adopted by PPP leadership. She further clarified that PPP has restricted its all members as this kind of a politics is neither the PPPs policy nor it was the vision of later Benazir Bhutto. It would not be allowed for anyone to promote his personal agenda through the partys platform. When asked about progress in Karachi operation, she said that this operation would continue across the board and all out efforts would be made to achieve the targets. To a question about Dr Fehmida Mirza, she said that Fehmida Mirza would continue as Speaker National Assembly (NA). Earlier, Minister for Information told the journalists about her visit to the flood-hit area of Kohistan. The recent floods badly damaged the village and in the rescue operation 64 persons were found dead while eight were still missing. The minister said that in the rescue operation a two- month child was recovered alive. She said that two helicopters are operating in the area and relief and rehabilitation process would continue. She said that communication system has been badly disturbed so two helicopters working for rescue and relief work.