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President says PPP won’t let MQM go

KARACHI: President Asif Ali Zardari Wednesday assured that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) will not let Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) quit the coalition and keep respecting the parties’ mandate. He was addressing to provincial ministers and members Sindh Assembly in a meeting held here in Bilawal House Karachi.
Earlier president was briefed about three year’s performance of Sindh government. He said local body’s elections would be held in 2011 and PPP would get clear majority in the elections.
He reiterated that the reconciliatory policy will be enhanced and reservations of annoyed parties will be addressed including the MQM. He added that PPP will respect the mandate of the MQM in local bodies’ elections.
During the course of his address, the president said Sindh Government will present bill related to restoration of Commissionerate System after taking all allies including the MQM on board.
President Zardari further said that all coalition partners will be consulted in all key decision making.
He directed members of the provincial assembly to pay more time in their constituencies to resolve public issues and to arrange seat adjustments with coalition partners for local bodies’ elections.
He said that PPP came into power bearing huge public mandate and caring for their mandate we will continue serving the nation.
President annoyed on the performance of provincial ministers and said that he himself would monitor their progress from now and ministers showing unsatisfactory progress will surely be replaced.
After the meeting, advisor to CM Sindh Sharmila Farooqi told that the president directed PPP members to collectively work with coalition partners and stressed provincial ministers and members’ assembly to take interest in resolving public issues. She said that the president urged Sindh government to provide more and more employment opportunities.


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