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imageKARACHI: PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari said on Monday that Pakistan People's Party (PPP) has always preferred the policy of reconciliation and strengthening democracy, as it is an ideological party and the party of down trodden class.

Addressing a meeting of Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians Members of Sindh Assembly at Bilawal House here, he said that the poor people of Sindh have always expressed their trust and handed over the responsibility to the PPP.

The meeting, which was also attended by PPP Patron-in-Chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, reviewed the performance of Sindh government's past one year.

The elected representatives briefed the party leadership about the ongoing development projects, law and order situation and other problems of the masses.

The PPP Co-Chairman directed the elected representatives to spend most of time in their respective constituencies and ensure practical efforts to resolves people's problems.

He instructed that all the members should monitor the ongoing development projects personally and ensure the completion of projects on time transparently, and respect the mandate of masses.

Asif Zardari strongly directed the provincial ministers to visit each and every district of the province and to hold the open meetings (Khulli Kachheri) on regular basis. Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah and provincial ministers were also present.

Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2014


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