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Thursday, September 24th, 2020

Those who wish the Clash between the Institutions would be Disappointed: Prime Minister Gilani

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Islamabad: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani has said that those who wish the clash between the institutions would be disappointed. He further said that the elected Government knows how to resolve the complex national issues.

The Prime Minister while talking to the Parliamentary Secretaries at Prime Minister’s House this evening said that judiciary, executive and parliament are part of the constitutional system. All institutions will collectively strengthen the system, he added.

The Prime Minister told that restoration of democracy owes itself to nine years old strenuous struggle and supreme sacrifice of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto and we would not let it go to waste. He maintained that if all state institutions work within their constitutional ambits, democracy would flourish in the country. He further said that Pakistan’s democracy cannot go into a blind alley. Those who spread despondency are doing no service to democracy, he observed.

The Prime Minister said that Pakistan has democratically elected government and constitutional institutions. He observed that the elements who are desirous of clash among institutions continue to make such statements periodically and people are fed-up with them.

The Prime Minister said that Parliamentary Secretaries are playing very important role in the parliamentary form of government. He mentioned that most of the present leaders and ministers have served as Parliamentary Secretaries.

Senator Dr. Zaheeruddin Babar Awan also briefed the Parliamentary Secretaries on constitutional matters. The Parliamentary Secretaries apprised the Prime Minister about their working and problems.

The meeting was also attended Mr. Maula Bux Chandio, Federal Minister for Law and Justice, Senator Zaheeruddin Babar Awan, Mr. Ghulam Farooq Awan, Advisor to Prime Minister on Law and Justice, Mrs. Farhat Khan, Parliamentary Secretary for Cabinet and Establishment, Engr. Muhammad Tariq Khattak, Parliamentary Secretary for Petroleum and Natural Resources, Capt. ® Rai Mujtaba Kharal, Parliamentary Secretary for Interior, Ms. Rubina Saadat Qaimkhani, Parliamentary Secretary for Human Rights, Mr. Gul Muhammad Jakhrani, Parliamentary Secretary for Defence Production, Ch. Saeed Iqbal, Parliamentary Secretary for Communications, Mr. Mehboob Ullah Jan, Parliamentary Secretary for Religious Affairs, Mr. Tariq Shabbir Meo, Parliamentary Secretary for Law and Justice, Mir Dost Muhammad Mazari, Parliamentary Secretary for Water and Power, Ms. Raheela Baloch, Parliamentary Secretary for Textile Industry, Ms. Mehreen Razzaque Bhutto, Parliamentary Secretary for Ports and Shipping, Syed Inayat Ali Shah, Parliamentary Secretary for Narcotics Control, Mr. Muhammad Tariq Tarar, Parliamentary Secretary for Information and Broadcasting, Dr. Zil-e-Huma, Parliamentary Secretary for Economic Affairs, Mr. Azeem Daultana, Parliamentary Secretary for Defence and Mr. Noon Alam Khan, Parliamentary Secretary for Commerce.

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