President Asif Ali Zardari on Sunday again made it clear that we are not afraid of death as life is something which is undoubtedly unpredictable.
President Asif Ali Zardari expressed these views in a simple but dignified ceremony in connection with cheque distribution under Waseela-e-Haq Scheme at the Naudero House amid presence of host of people.
On the occasion was also present Farzana Raja, Chairperson of Benazir Income Support Program.
President was of the view that PPP fulfilled all its commitment thick and thin adding BISP is a program of poor and needy persons and PPP will keep on giving them relief.
PPP believes in providing relief to down trodden segment of the society adding equal rights to women will be given at all costs, he said.
We are transforming 1973 Constitution into its real form, he underlined.
He said that time has come that time is not far away when women will be the owners of trucks, tractors and other vehicles.
He further said that Provincial Autonomy is a morale boosting step for the people living in FATA, Swat, NWFP, Sindh respectively urging it will pave way for a strong and stable democratic country.
The President said the government would pursue the vision of Benazir Bhutto who always struggled for the rights of women in the country.
He said under the scheme, funds would be provided to give economic empowerment to the poorest of the poor women to help them support their families.
He said the government would soon bring more similar programme to alleviate poverty, generate economic activity and increase employment opportunities.
He said the idea of Waseela-e-Haq was to develop a sense of goodwill for the people of Pakistan by addressing their needs besides ensuring the survival of democracy.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is a good name for NWFP adding it will undoubtedly become an identity for Pakhtuns, he pointed.
He said that 18th amendment is an enriching sign for the entire country and had to be tabled some one year back but added that there is time for every thing and the right time in this regard was now.