ISLAMABAD: The meeting between Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani and Chief Minister (CM) Punjab proved a breakthrough for politics and charter of democracy.
On the other side, the PML-N showed flexibility in their hard stance of 10-point agenda and agreed that the collation government would be continued in Punjab, however the Central Working Committee of PML-N would decide about in its meeting today.
A meeting between the CM Punjab and PM Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani held at the PM House here on Wednesday, discussed the ten point agenda and issues relating to PPP ministers ouster from Punjab Cabinet were also came under discussion.
Sources said the dialogues between CM Shahbaz Sharif and PM Gilani, over the ten-point agenda of PNL-N and future of the PPP participation in the provincial government bore fruit, as PML-N showed consent to give more time to the government for implementing over the 10-point agenda.
Sources said that the CM showed their reservations over the advancement of 10-point agenda and clarified that the decision regarding the fate of PPP in the Cabinet would be taken in the Parliamentary Committee of PML-N.
Senator Ishaq Dar, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and Federal Finance Minister Dr. Hafiz Sheikh were also present in the meeting.
Sources said the PM went to meet President Asif Ali Zardari and briefed him about the progress of the committee.
Meanwhile, Federal Information Minister, Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan while talking to state TV said that the duo leaders discussed ten point agenda and PML-N expressed their reservations in this regard.
The Prime Minister said that supreme national interests demand sagacity as well as continuance of engagements through dialogue among all the political forces of the country to provide solid base for strengthening democratic institutions. He maintained that the government has always welcomed suggestions from all quarters to address the national issues. He reiterated the Government’s policy of political reconciliation and continuance of the policy of accommodation in future as well to overcome challenges confronting the country.