KARACHI – President Asif Ali Zardari has asked the Interior Ministry to submit a summary for increasing the strength of police force and also their fleet for improving law and order situation in Karachi, said Senior Advisor on Interior Affairs Rehman Malik while talking to media persons at State Guest House here on Wednesday.On protest recorded by the Sindh government over transferring of a huge number of votes of province to Balochistan, Federal Advisor on Interior Affairs Rehman Malik on Wednesday admitted that it was a deliberate action and announced to hold inquiry into this fraud.He said that Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah had raised the issue of transferring of large number of Sindh’s votes to Balochistan’s voter lists, which is a fraud and action would be taken against the officials involved. Criticising the PML-N leadership, advisor to premier said that after opening of the corruption reference, the Sharif brothers have lost senses and talking out of mind. He said that Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah had psychological disorder. He termed the PML-N as petition mafia, which is again active after approval of Contempt Law. He said that the parliament was supreme, which was the mother of all the institutions.He appealed to the Chief Justice of Pakistan to take suo moto notice of ‘tape scandal of judge’, who gave sentence on the instructions of Shahbaz Sharif against Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari in 1997.Malik claimed that extortion and targeted killings would be eliminated in the holy month of Ramazan as new IGP of Sindh was formulating a security plan. He attributed shortage of police force as one of the reason of increasing crime, however, the coalition government is firm to eliminate the criminals.He further said that all the stakeholders jointly resolve the security issue of tankers carrying supply for Nato forces from Pakistan to Afghanistan. He said that he was unaware about his re-nomination on senate seat from Sindh. However, he confirmed that he will be staying in Karachi for next three days to attend important meeting to be chaired by President Asif Ali Zardari.Earlier, Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik called on Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah at the Chief Minister House. He discussed matters of mutual interest, political situation and law and order situation of the province. Qaim said that provincial government had made effective measures to maintain the law and order in the province particularly action being taken against the criminals and extortionists. The chief minister informed the advisor for interior that majority of ministers and MPAs are complaining against non-registration of votes by Nadra and transfer of votes from one constituency to the other. He also discussed other matters. Malik assured that Nadra issues will be resolved soon.Meanwhile, President Asif Ali Zardari has summoned a meeting of all the members of the Sindh Assembly of ruling PPP at Bilawal House today (Thursday) in Karachi. Sources said that the President Zardari has again decided to nominate the Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Affairs Rehman Malik for senate seat of Sindh, which has been vacant after his surprise resignation as senator. Interior Advisor Rehman Malik is in Karachi for the last two days, while he will also attend the meeting of the PPP MPAs of Sindh Assembly which is to be held today (Thursday) under the chairmanship of President Zardari at Bilawal House.The Friday, July 20, tomorrow is the last date to submit the nomination papers for the senate seat vacant after the resignation of Rehman Malik. Following the suspension of member as senate for his dual nationality by the Supreme Court, Rehman Malik had resigned as senator on July 10. Following the acceptance of resignation by Senate Chairman, the Election Commission of Pakistan issued schedule for the election on senate’s vacant seat from Sindh, under which July 20, tomorrow has been declared last date for submission of the nomination papers. When contacted, a PPP MPA told The Nation that the President Zardari will get the views of the MPAs of the Sindh Assembly on the vacant senate of seat as well as on local government elections.