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PPP has not come from any backdoor; PM Gilani

Latest Pakistan News /LAHORE: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani Friday said Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) had never compromised on principles and faced every trial boldly.


PPP has not come from any backdoor; PM Gilani

“Dictators come and go but vision and philosophy of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto lives forever,” said the Prime Minister while addressing a stone-laying ceremony of Kala Shah Kaku Toll Plaza at Shahdrah near here.


The prime minister said PPP rendered sacrifices for the cause of democracy and always worked for strengthening of national institutions.


Gilani said the PPP had been promoting the policy of reconciliation as per the vision of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto and restored the 1973 constitution to its true spirit.


He said Pakistan remained stable after fall of East Pakistan only due the 1973 constitution.


The PM said the PPP did not come to power through back-door politics but it was the power of masses that helped the PPP to come into power. He said people were the source of power for PPP, therefore, it always respects the power of the masses.


Highlighting government’s achievements during the past four years in power, he said the PPP-led government restored the 1973 constitution, approved National Finance Commission (NFC) Award, passed 18th amendment from the parliament, made the passage of Women Bill in the National Assembly, introduced FATA reforms and gave voice to the people of Gilgat Baltistan (GB). (APP)

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