KARACHI - Former City Nazim Karachi Naimatullah Khan on Friday said that the life threats to his son-in-law was the notion of concern for the government, saying that law-enforcement agencies had advised his son-in-law to immediately leave Karachi.Addressing a press conference at Karachi Press club along with the office-bearers of Jamaat-e-Islami Karachi, Naimatullah Khan said that the government had been spending billions of rupees on Rangers, police and other law-enforcement agencies but they had failed to protect the people of Karachi from terrorists.He urged Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah to tender the resignation if he was not able to maintain law and order situation in the metropolis.Khan demanded of the federal government to immediately sack the Sindh government over its failure to maintain the law and order in the province, saying that the peace of Karachi was destroyed through a well-planned conspiracy. “Leaders and activists of political and religio-political parties were being killed in the metropolis on daily basis by the terrorists,” he said and demanded the indiscriminate action against the terrorists. Referring to the life threats to his son-in-law, Naimatullah Khan said that he got the information about the life threat to his son-in-law Aziz Khalid from the law enforcement agencies. He said that this information of the law enforcement agencies had proved that the Police and Rangers had failed to control the terrorists and to protect the people of Karachi.Former City Nazim Karachi Naimatullah Khan demanded the government to take serious notice of the threats to his son-in-law and arrest the culprits forthwith. Jamaat-e-Islami Karachi chief Mohammad Hussain Mehanti, Naseem Siddiqui, former Jamaat-e-Islami Town Nazims of Karachi Farooq Naimatullah, Ahmed Parekh, and others were also present on the occasion.KILLER SENTENCED TO LIFE IMPRISONMENT: Naeem, who killed his sister’s brother-in-law in a brawl in year 2005 in Karachi was sentenced to life imprisonment on Friday by Additional District and Sessions Judge Karachi West Abdullah Channah. Naeem and Kamran used to sell fruit on handcarts in Saeedabad, Baldia Town and had dispute on placing carts. Naeem stabbed Kamran when he was provoked by Ghulabdeen and Mehtabdeen. The injured later succumbed to injuries in the hospital.Judge said legal procedure will also be carried out against other two absconders of the case when they were arrested.An First Information Report 137/2005 under Section 302/109 was registered against Naeem and other two accused in Saeedabad police station. Witnesses Shamshir, Rashid Shamshad and others testified in court against Naeem who was also fined Rs 1 lac and in case he did not pay he would serve in jail six more months.MAN ACQUITTED IN WIFE’S MURDER AFTER 8 YEARS: Muhammad Yousuf was on Friday acquitted in his wife’s murder case after eight years by Additional District & Sessions Judge Karachi West Abdullah Channah who directed the jail authorities to release him forthwith if he was not required in any other case.Yousuf was arrested by Pirabad police station, Karachi in connection with case number 245/2004 on complaint of Khan Zarin mother of the deceased.