Govt allocates record funds for development projects: PM
ISLAMABAD, Sep 5 (APP): Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf
Wednesday said the present coalition government has allocated record
funds for development projects and released funds to all
Parliamentarians without any discrimination.
Speaking to Parliamentary Party meeting of the allies at
Parliament House, the Prime Minister thanked the allies for their
un-flinching support to Pakistan People's Party.
The Prime Minister said that the present Parliament had been
able to complete its tenure due to wise policies and strategy worked
out by the leaders of all the coalition parties.
The Prime Minister said that this Coalition Government has set
an example by demonstrating that political forces can join hands for
the welfare and betterment of the people.
The Prime Minister said that the policy of reconciliation
according to the vision of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto has been the
guiding political philosophy of his government.
He said that the government with the support of its Allies expects that important legislation business would be passed smoothly by both the houses as it had been the case for past four and half years.
The Prime Minister urged the allies to participate in debates
in the parliament and fulfill their responsibilities by contributing
in legislative business.
The Prime Minister said that he is fully aware of individual
as well as collective issues that beset the parliamentarians and
assured them that government is alive to them and would try to
minimize their problems.
The Prime Minister said that government has performed well
despite inheriting bad law and order situation, violence and
He alluded to the passage of constitutional amendments by
the Parliament during last four and half years and termed it a land
Babar Ghauri, Minister for Ports and Shipping, Engineer
Shaukat Ullah, Minister for SAFRON, Senator Muzafar Ali Shah, Anwar
Ali Cheema and Ms. Jameela Gilani speaking on behalf of MQM, FATA,
PML(F), PML(Q) and ANP respectively ensured the Prime Minister of
full support of their parties both inside and outside the