Islamabad: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani said that the completion of devolution process reflects the sincerity of purpose of the political leadership for the future generations of the country. The implementation of the 18th Amendment, he said, is a victory of the smaller provinces that will have long-term benefits for the people.
The Prime Minister was talking to the Chairman and members of the Implementation Commission on 18th Amendment who made a courtesy call here at the Prime Minister’s House this evening.
The Prime Minister praised the leadership role of Senator Mian Raza Rabbani as well as the hard work put-in by all the members of the Commission. Such multi-party forums like the Implementation Commission, he added, are example of unity through diversity. It was undoubtedly a joint effort, he said, in the larger national interest.
The Chairman of the Implementation Commission on 18th Amendment Senator Mian Raza Rabbani and members of the Commission thanked the Prime Minister for his personal interest and support in helping them complete the assignment. They praised the reconciliation policy of the Government which helped to develop understanding among political parties to work for a common cause. They also mentioned that there would be some teething problems further down the line but these could be resolved through political maturity of the leadership of the political parties.
The meeting was attended by Senator Mian Raza Rabbani, Chairman Implementation Commission, Senator Afrasiab Khattak. Member, Senator Haji Rehmatullah Kakar, Member, Syed Naveed Qamar, MNA/Member, Dr. M. Farooq Sattar, MNA/ Member, Senator Dr. Abdul Malik, Member, Mr. Khuda Bakhsh Rajar, Member, Mr. Abdul Ghafoor Mirza, Member, Mr. Justice ® Muhammad Raza Khan, Expert, Mr. Ahmad Mahmood Zahid, Expert, Secretary Cabinet, Secretary Establishment and Secretary Inter Provincial Coordination.
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