President Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday again made it clear that government does not believe in politics of confrontation rather consensus urging clashes in institutions and democracy is not our cup of tea.
According to Presidency Sources, President Asif Ali Zardari expressed these views while talking to Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Gilani in which issues pertaining to overall political scenario, law and order situation and strategies of smooth passage of Budget in the National Assembly etc were discussed in depth.
They hoped that Treasury Benches and Opposition don’t make mockery of it in the NA as cooperation and consensus is the key to move forward in the larger national interests of the country.
PPP does not believe in politics of confrontation rather consensus, President tells PM.
Sources say that President took into confidence PM on his telephonic conversation with PML-N Chief Mian Nawaz Sharif.
President and PM also threw light on the recent present situation in Afghanistan with special focus on change of command of US forces in Afghanistan.
They anticipated that new command of US forces in Afghanistan will continue the process of consultations and contacts with Pakistan thick and thin urging peace in Afghanistan is important for entire South Asia.
President and PM also highlighted unremitting increase of target killings in Karachi stressing it is not an enriching sign as joint and collective efforts are required to tackle the menace tooth and nail.
Handful of anti state elements cannot subvert law and order in Karachi, they held.