No chance of clash among institutions: PM

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said that there was no possibility of a clash among the institutions in the country as all the democratic institutions and judiciary are functioning within their constitutional limits.

Addressing an election rally here on Thursday, he said that the government is committed to steer the masses from prevailing challenges and aimed to take all the political and democratic forces onboard with the government.

He said that all the institutions should work within their limits and the judiciary has given a number of sacrifices. He said that politics of reconciliation would remain continued. He said that the Constitution has been restored to its original shape by pursuing the vision of Benazir Bhutto according to CoD and announced NFC awards to ensure rights of the provinces and to eliminate sense of deprivations from smaller provinces.

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani also pointed out that PPP leadership sacrificed their lives for the rights of the masses adding that martyrdom of Shaheed Zulifqar Ali Bhutto was judicial murder and the government will also consult with the court to probe that judicial murder and bring the elements of BB’s death to their end.

He also said that Tribal Sardars were patriots and were sacrificing for strengthening of Pakistan against the militants adding that Pak-Security forces were also playing their crucial role to eliminate the militants from the country by laying their lives.

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani further said that PPP has been name of a mission and continued its struggle to empower the labors and masses of the country as dreamed by Shaheed Zulifqar Ali Bhutto.

PM Gilani said that Baloch people’s grievances would be addressed and Pakistan would be made stronger with the improvement in living standards of people.
He stressed to continue better relations with neighbors including India

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