Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf says the present government has undertaken unprecedented development projects during the last five years‚ which will bring positive change in the lives of people.


Talking to a group of Parliamentarians who called on him separately in Islamabad‚ the Prime Minister urged them to sensitize the people regarding these projects.


About the reconciliation policy of the government‚ the Prime Minister said it was for the first time that the present government introduced a culture of tolerance in national politics‚ which helped in steering the country out of challenges on a number of important national issues.


He expressed the confidence that the democratic norms practiced by the present government would go a long way in ensuring the overall progress and prosperity of the country.


The premier said the government believed in strong national institutions, adding that the collective wisdom of the coalition parties was strengthening democracy in the country. He said the government had resolved to hold free and fair elections in accordance with the Constitution.


The prime minister said the government would hold consultations on a caretaker setup with all stakeholders.


The Parliamentarians apprised the Prime Minister about the ongoing development projects in their respective areas. They also informed the Prime Minister about various problems faced by people of their areas.


Those who met the Prime Minister included MNAs‚ Ms. Robina Saadat Qaim Khani‚ Ms Mehreen Anwar Raja‚ Mr. Noor Alam Khan‚ Ms. Mehreen Razaq Bhutto and Mr. Kamal Majeedullah‚ SAPM.