Islamabad: Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit–Baltistan Mian Manzoor Ahmad Wattoo has said that it is the land mark achievement of the present government of Pakistan Peoples Party to bring the foreign policy to debate in the parliament. He said this in a media briefing in Islamabad. He said that it is first time in the history of Pakistan that the foreign policy of the country is discussed in the parliament of Pakistan which is a representative forum of the people of Pakistan. He mentioned that earlier the foreign policy was based on the direction of non-representative peoples which did not represent the desires the people of the Pakistan. He said that opposition has sought some time to ponder upon the recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee of National Security and government is willing to give them the time. He congratulated the Parliament Opposition and the Government and the people of the Pakistan on this land mark achievement.
While taking to the media persons, Mian Manzoor Ahmad Wattoo has said that Syed Yusuf Reza Gilani is the only Prime Minister in the history of the Pakistan who appeared twice before the higher judiciary and proved that he honours and respect the higher courts.
While condemning the indecent remarks utter by the Chief Minister Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Shareef against the President, Wattoo said that president is the symbol of the unity of the state and the Supreme Commander of the armed forces of Pakistan. Use of such indecent language against the President does suits such a responsible person like Chief Minister of the largest province of Pakistan. “It shows that Chief Minister Punjab has learned nothing from the past and instead of improving his governance he is indulged in the blame game to divert the attention of the people from the real issues of lawlessness and numerous other problems in Punjab”,
Wattoo observed. He urged him to show maturity and political wisdom and to avoid the personal attack the leadership of Pakistan Peoples Party.
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