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  Mirza says SC to get proof; suo motu hearing begins
 
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29/08/11  Earlier, the fiery Zulfiqar Mirza said if the Supreme Court asked him to appear, he would appear along with all evidence against the MQM and Interior Minister Rehman Malik to prove their involvement in Karachi unrest.

The judges of the five-member SC bench arrived at the Supreme Court amid tight security. Containers have been put on the roads around the SC building. The Inspector General Sindh will present a report during the hearing which has been arranged with the help of law enforcement agencies.

Dr Babar Awan will represent the federal government while Abdul Fattah Malik will represent the Sindh government in the case.

Tight security arrangements have been made in and around Supreme Court Karachi Registry building for the purpose and special passes are given to lawyers and mediamen to enter the building.
 
 
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