Pak Govt has 'excellent relations' with army: Gilani
Islamabad, Jan 1(ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Gilani has said the government has 'excellent relations' with the army.
He rejected that he pleaded Pakistan's army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani to accept an extension of his tenure.
He rejected claims that the Pakistan People's party was involved in the politics of inheritance.
"It is not true. Bhutto family could have nominated someone from within the family for prime minister office but they gave this pride to you, to Saraiki region," he added.
He also blasted his critics saying that political leaders, who were rejected by the people of their own constituencies, are targeting the government but would fail to topple the PPP rule.
"They say we are security risk for the country. I want to tell these pseudo-philosophers and fools that it was Zulfikar Ali and Benazir Bhutto Shaheeds who gave constitution, and nuclear and missile programmes to the country during their eras. If still PPP is a security risk, there is nothing left behind," The Nation quoted him, as saying.
Highlighting the achievement of the PPP, he said his party has strengthened democratic institutions and gave freedom to media in light of the constitution.
The stressed that the government will follow the constitutional and legal process to hold the elections and slammed the demand for early elections as a strategy of 'the have-nots to become haves'.(ANI)
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