ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has said that the government of PML and its allied parties is committed to give a better future to the people of Pakistan. He was talking to Federal Minister for Culture Dr. Syed Ghazi Gulab Jamal and Federal Minister for Political Affairs Engineer Amir Muqaam who called on him at the Prime Minister House. The Prime Minister said that the government has provided higher income, better infrastructure as well as necessary facilities to the people and the future will augur well for Pakistan with the continuity and consistency in policies.
He said that the ongoing structural reforms have yielded conducive environment for economic growth and income generation. Government of PML and its coalition partners has a strong track record of solid performance and will contest the upcoming general elections from one platform, he added. The meeting focused on the overall political situation in the country. The ministers strongly supported the re-election of President Musharraf for another term and expressed confidence that this will augur well for the future of Pakistan.
The meeting also discussed PML activities in NWFP and the party’s strategy for the coming elections. The ministers appreciating the level of development undertaken during the last five years and termed it as unprecedented in the country’s history. They said that this trend needs to be continued so that the people benefit directly from the improved economic situation in the country. Special Assistant to Prime Minister, Commander (Retd) Khalil-ur-Rehman was also present during the meeting.-SANA