Pak's disengagement with world not democratic option: Zardari
Islamabad, June 1 (ANI): Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has said that disengagement with the world is not a democratic option for the country.
Zardari called upon the international community to also take Pakistan's domestic compulsions and national inertest into account when taking stock of country's role in efforts against extremism and terrorism.
Referring to his participation in the Chicago summit, Zardari said that Salala incident had necessitated a review and that the Defence Committee of Cabinet had asked the Pakistani negotiators to conclude early negotiations on the NATO supply route.
According to The Nation, taking to PPP workers and lawmakers from Sindh at the Presidential Camp Office, PPP co-chairman and President Zardari discussed a wide range of issues including fight against militancy, the current political situation, election reforms, a neutral caretaker set up, new provinces, poverty alleviation and the economic situation.
Zardari told them that people would judge the government performance by the measure of success in overcoming the power shortages.
He assured that the government has realised the enormity of this challenge and was determined to overcome it in the shortest possible time.
"The government was deeply conscious of the situation and would do whatever possible to solve this problem at the earliest," the paper quoted him, as saying. (ANI)
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