Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif thanks national leadership for heading jointly

January 06, 2015

ISLAMABAD, Jan 6 (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
Tuesday lauding the contribution of national leadership said that
the entire leadership unanimously took decisions and heading jointly
for which all deserved credit.
      Presenting his vote of thanks in the Senate after the passage
of 21st Constitutional amendment and amendment in the Army Act, the
Prime Minister said,"I have done my national duty.We have
unanimously took decisions and heading jointly for which all deserve
      The Prime Minister said,"We have to move forward in unison 
by supporting each others and the mess will be cleared in two
      He said today the decision was being taken by the Senate and
National Assembly of Pakistan, neither a dictator nor martial law
administrator was doing it but the elected government of Pakistan
has taken the decision in unprecedented situation. 
      He said all the leaders were in APC including Asif Ali
Zardari, former president, and he supported us unconditionally. 
      The Prime Minister also thanked to those leaders who were not
present in the APC including Altaf Hussain and Asfandyar Wali Khan
but extended their support on telephone, and those who were present
including Sirajul Haq, Chaudhry Shujaat, Mushahid Hussain, Hasil
Bizenjo, Dr Abdul Malik, Imran Khan, Begum Kasloom Perveen, Mahmood
Khan Achakzai, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, Aftab Sherpao, Afrasiab
Khattak, Haji Ghulam Ahmed Bilour, Dr.Mohammad Malik, Dr.G.G Jamal,
Ejaz ul Haq, Syed Muzzafar Hussain Shah, Senators from FATA, Abbas
Afridi, Aitzaz Ahsan.
      He said the results would come out as the cases proceed and
there were many people who were in internment centers and others
involved in the terrorism cases and all of them would be dealt with
in accordance with the laws. 
      The Prime Minister said,"We also have to proceed with law in
other cases as well so that the culprits be taken to task. 
      He said the work on 20-point declaration should be expedited
and the amended laws be placed before the parties so that parliament
could approve such drafts.
      He said the draft should be presented before the members ahead
of presenting it in the Parliament.