KARACHI - The Sindh government will borrow the police force from Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhawa to control the spree of killings and deteriorating law and order in Karachi.Sindh Law Minister Muhammad Ayaz Soomro announced this while replying the issues raised by MQM and other lawmakers in Sindh Assembly, adding that it is not possible to deploy policeman on each house in the City.He said that it was the responsibility of the state organs to maintain the law and order but the ongoing killings in City was a conspiracy against the coalition government of PPP and to derail the democratic system.He said that government was also concerned over the deaths of innocent citizens in the ongoing wave of targeted killings in Karachi. He vowed that they will jointly curb this menace.“Enough is enough. Important decisions will soon be taken by the government to maintain law and order in the city,” he declared.If police did not perform and control the killings, the officers will be changed immediately as law enforcement agencies have been given free hand to take across the board action against the criminals, the law minister informed the House.Soomro said that PPP government would face the terrorists with iron hands.Sindh law minister condemned the violent protests and torching of train by protesters in Punjab over loadshedding. He added that if these riots on loadshedding erupted in Sindh and trains were set on fire, we would have been charged with fomenting a civil disobedience and traitors of the country.But in Punjab, provincial government and its PML-N leadership are igniting the peoples for violent protests and torching of government offices, vehicles and machinery, which is civil obedience and violation of law.Soomro came down hard on the PML-N leaders Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif and said that Sharif brothers were behind the violent protests and conspiring against the integrity of the country. He said that Sharif brothers were responsible for the electricity crisis, who abolished the Thar coal and Keti Bandar projects and dragged in the cases to the foreign investors who made investment in the rental power plants in past.Earlier, MQM lawmakers staged walked out of the assembly against killings of their workers in the City.MQM’s deputy parliamentary leader in the Sindh Assembly and provincial minister for youth affair department, Faisal Sabzwari while speaking on point of order, drew attention of the House on ongoing spree of killings of his party workers and innocent people.He said that three workers of MQM were kidnapped from North Karachi but law enforcement agencies had failed to recover them and on Monday, their tortured bodies were found from Lyari area.He reminded that they had lodged complaints to the Sindh chief minister, senior minister, Rangers and police but no action has been taken against the known terrorists and extortionists.He warned the government and law enforcement agencies to control the killings and take action against the terrorists as patience was running out. The pressure of the peoples and workers was increasing on the MQM, so the government should take steps otherwise they will not control the workers.MQM leader Raza Haroon also spoke on the deteriorating law and order. “We are part of the government but receiving the dead bodies of the workers for the last four years of government.”Provincial minister and PPP leader Muhammad Rafiq Engineer advocate said that innocent Baloch labourers were being killed in the City. “Terrorists have no religion and political party, so we all are united and will control the law and order jointly.”Later, MQM lawmakers came back in the House and took part in the proceedings.