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Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Thursday held a meeting with President Asif Ali Zardari at Aiwan-e-Sadr in Islamabad.
The two discussed overall situation of the country.
The Prime Minister took the president in confidence on decisions taken for restoration of law and order situation in Karachi.
President Zardari applauded the government's decision not to call in Pakistan Army for maintaining peace in Karachi during a meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who recently visited the metropolis in the wake of increasing violence.
President Zardari expressed confidence over the decisions to bring normalcy back to the city. During the meeting, which took place at the President House here on Thursday, both leaders agreed on cooperation between the federal and Sindh government to maintain peace in the port city.
Both the leaders expressed resolve to jointly work to strengthen democracy and democratic institutions and to resolve problems facing the country.
The PM said that President Asif Ali Zardari played a vital role in strengthening democratic system and surrendered his powers to the parliament. He said it is unique occasion in the history of Pakistan that a democratically elected President is leaving his office with dignity and honour after completing his tenure while the newly elected President is about to take charge of the office.
President Asif Ali Zardari said despite hurdles he made relentless efforts for supremacy of constitution and democratic values.
He announced full support to the government of Nawaz Sharif to resolve the challenges being faced by the country.
The President said that Pakistan peoples Party will fully support the government and carry forward the politics of reconciliation during the next five years for this purpose and no politics will be made on the national issues.
Zardari said that all the political parties should stand together for the future of the country otherwise it could face a Syria like situation.
He said politics will be done when the incumbent government will go into elections after completing its five years tenure.
The President said the national reconciliation policy during the last five years led to the unanimous passage of constitutional Amendments including 18th amendment. He thanked the PML-N for supporting the PPP government in strengthening democratic institutions.
He said the previous government gave Balochistan package and identity to Khyber-Pakhtunkhawa but still a lot more needs to be done to address the grievances of the provinces.

 
 
 
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