Govt to restore Hyderabad district: PM

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has termed division of Hyderabad-Division as injustice with the people of Hyderabad adding that division of Hyderabad was a wrong decision and the government will again transform Hyderabad as district.

“The decision of dividing Hyderabad district in past was flawed and detrimental to the interests of its inhabitants,” Gilani told the workers of Pakistan People’s Party from Hyderabad Division who called on him here at CM House on Saturday.

“Government will restore the past status of the district” he maintained.

Prime Minister further said that the government is committed to make people friendly budget by ensuring protection to the people’s hopes and expectation to the upcoming fiscal budget.

Prime Minister informed that he has directed all the concerned authorities to make people friendly budget by fulfilling all the expectations of the masses related to budget adding that formulation of budget in accordance of NFC awards was a greater challenge for the incumbent government.

Prime Minister further pointed out that PPP didn’t believe in short-term politics and announced to constitute a commission to ensure good-governance in the country adding that the government aimed to transfer positive results of NFC awards to the grass root level.

The government IS committed to bring the elements involved in Benazir Bhutto’s assassination to task and no doubt the government has made some mistakes during its two years tenure but the discretion of the incumbent has been fair and straightforward, PM Gillani maintained.

He also pointed out that PPP’s led coalition government with its reconciliatory politics has ensured implementation on CoD to fulfill the dream of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto adding that the government has fulfilled its promises related to 18th amendment, NFC awards, Gilgit-Baltistan and implementation of labor policy in the country.

Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani also reiterated that the government has initiated three power plants in Sindh to eliminate power crisis from the province adding that with the electricity conservation policy, the government has conserved approximately 1000 MW electricity.

He also remarked that all the institutions have been functioning within due limits and any sort of confrontation among the institutions couldn’t be predicted in the country.

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