KARACHI - Muttahida Qaumi Movement Coordination Committee member and provincial minister, Raza Haroon on Friday said that the MQM was ready to quit the government if his party’s separation from the government will improve the law and order situation in Karachi.Addressing the media outside the Sindh Assembly along with Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s Deputy Parliamentary Leader Faisal Subzwari and CM Advisor Izharul Hassan, Raza Haroon said that to leave the government was not a solution to the present crises in the city. He further said that the MQM don’t want to be separated from the government saying that the city’s peace is linked with the country’s peace.On the occasion, MQM’s Deputy Parliamentary Leader Faisal Subzwari, who wrote the letter to Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on behalf of his party, said that 45 workers of MQM had been killed since May 7 to June 14 in the recent spate of violence. He expressed his party deep concern over the violence in the metropolis adding that that when MQM held Sindh interior ministry there were no such incidents in the city.Faisal Sabzwari, also the provincial minister in Sindh, in a letter to Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, wrote that “Had it been the mystery that who are these killers, who appear to be stronger than the law enforcement agencies and writ of the government, then we might not have shown our surprise to rampant killings.”He also wrote that the law enforcement agencies should play their role to improve the law and order situation in Karachi. They should not support those creating the law and order situation, he added.“We all know that a group of gangsters, who have involved in the target killings of innocent people and MQM workers, extortion, kidnapping for ransom, drugs and arms paddling and other heinous crimes are infamous criminals, who are at one time or other patronised politically as well,” he said. The letter stated that these mercenaries were not only harming the MQM and citizens of Karachi but they were killing the very economy of Karachi with their dirty attempts of extortion and kidnapping for ransom.Referring to the recent law and order situation, Faisal in his letter pointed out that the June 13th’s strike call by the traders of Karachi was the third of its kind in the recent months because the business community of Karachi have been forced to go on strike against these gangsters and inaction of those who are responsible to provide security to common man.MQM is again trying to seek attention of the government and every concern being the largest party of the metropolis. MQM is writing the authorities, held meeting with the officials concerned and raising the issue at available democratic forums.MQM leader in the letter to the Sindh chief minister said that if economy of Karachi shatters, then the entire province and even country’s economic activities come to a halt. He hoped that the concerned offices do not misjudge seriousness of the situation and necessary visible stern actions should be taken against the miscreants to restore the peace of Karachi.One time special chance examination: The University of Karachi is likely to conduct a ‘one-time special chance examination’ 2012 in July. In this connection, it has been announced on Friday that those students of University of Karachi or its affiliated colleges who were enrolled in 1974 or afterwards and could not complete their degree programmes due to continuous failure or expiry of enrolment, are given one last chance to appear in the ‘One Time Special Chance Examination 2012’ that are supposed to be held in July 2012. The students are supposed to submit a prescribed fee of Rs1,000 for re-enrolment. Moreover, a fee of Rs2,000 per course should be submitted from July 1 to 8 2012. In case of delay Rs500 will be charged as late fee surcharge and the fee will be collected till July 15. On the other hand, enrolment forms for BA, BSc and B.Com (session 2012) can be submitted till July 5 in the respective colleges along with a late fee of Rs1,000, a Karachi University spokesperson further stated.KU TO RE-INITIATE MANUAL TABULATIONThe University of Karachi will re-initiate manual tabulation along with the computerized one. This was announced by the spokesperson of the University on Friday. As per directive of the Vice Chancellor, Prof Dr Muhammad Qaiser, the Examination Department has been asked to restart manual tabulation along with the computerized tabulation of the results. The measure has been taken to ensure transparency. Any illegal change in mark sheet would not be possible after manual tabulation, he added.