Treasury MPs urge opposition to show maturity, uphold national interest

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 10:50:55 by

ISLAMABAD: The Senators from ruling and coalition parties Tuesday lauded the government’s people-friendly policies, censuring the opposition for showing immaturity and setting aside the national interest.
The Upper House of the Parliament resumed debate on the presidential address to the joint sitting on March 17, though the opposition walked out of the House demanding the prime minister’s resignation after his conviction by the Supreme Court.
Speaking on the motion, Saeed Ghani said presidential address had encompassed all national issues, democratic government’s landmark achievements made by evolving national consensus on NFC, constitutional amendments and FATA reforms.
He said despite heavy floods, poor law and order, lack of foreign support, the country’s exports, remittances and foreign reserves have increased besides efficient steps for strengthening of agriculture sector.
Ghani also lauded services of Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal and Benazir Income Support Programme, restoration of sacked employees and fixation of 12 percent share in corporations for their employees.
He criticized the opposition for defaming the prime minister here and abroad when he has left for UK on an official visit asking them to recall its past of maligning the judiciary and non-implementation of court verdicts.
Rafiq Rajwana raised the issue of Supreme Court verdict on prime minister’s conviction and asked the government…
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Treasury MPs urge opposition to show maturity, uphold national interest

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 10:50:53 by

ISLAMABAD: The Senators from ruling and coalition parties Tuesday lauded the government’s people-friendly policies, censuring the opposition for showing immaturity and setting aside the national interest.
The Upper House of the Parliament resumed debate on the presidential address to the joint sitting on March 17, though the opposition walked out of the House demanding the prime minister’s resignation after his conviction by the Supreme Court.
Speaking on the motion, Saeed Ghani said presidential address had encompassed all national issues, democratic government’s landmark achievements made by evolving national consensus on NFC, constitutional amendments and FATA reforms.
He said despite heavy floods, poor law and order, lack of foreign support, the country’s exports, remittances and foreign reserves have increased besides efficient steps for strengthening of agriculture sector.
Ghani also lauded services of Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal and Benazir Income Support Programme, restoration of sacked employees and fixation of 12 percent share in corporations for their employees.
He criticized the opposition for defaming the prime minister here and abroad when he has left for UK on an official visit asking them to recall its past of maligning the judiciary and non-implementation of court verdicts.
Rafiq Rajwana raised the issue of Supreme Court verdict on prime minister’s conviction and asked the government…
Islamabad News Sources

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Short URL: http://islamabad.newspakistan.pk/?p=35150

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