Yousuf Raza Gilani willing to make sacrifice for country
The Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousuf Raza Gilani has recently made a statement in which he asserted that the Pakistani public had made enough sacrifices for the country and now the leaders will be offering their sacrifices.
Having said that, the Prime Minister of Pakistan also said that the workers of the Pakistan People’s Party has offered many of their own sacrifices for the country as well and their leader will now be making his. Yousuf Raza Gilani expressed himself in the
following manner while he was speaking at a rally in Jaranwala.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan expressed himself on the matter in the following words: “PPP workers have never sold themselves or gotten frightened. I am proud of the devotion of the party workers who remain steadfast and have rendered sacrifices for strengthening
the democratic process. Many politicians talk about revolution, but ZA Bhutto was the only political leader who made it happen. We will continue the politics of reconciliation introduced by Benazir Bhutto and after the completion of five years, the PPP will
go before the masses on the basis of its performance.”
The government of Pakistan ruled by the Pakistan People’s Party has been under a lot of pressure lately. The Supreme Court of Pakistan is in the process of carrying out a contempt of court decision against the Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousuf Raza Gilani.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan had been ordered by the Supreme Court of the country to write to the Swiss probe in order to start an investigation that was looking into a money laundering case in which the President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari was named.
The investigation against the President of Pakistan was made to stop by the signing of the National Reconciliation Ordinance during the time that the President of the country was Gen. (retd) Pervez Musharraff.
However, the Supreme Court of Pakistan had deemed the NRO as illegal and had called for the re starting of the investigation against President Asif Ali Zardari but the orders of the court were resisted by the government of the country.