LAHORE - Defending military action in parts of NWFP, the Pakistan People's Party MNA and party's Punjab Secretary Information, Farzana Raja on Monday said that it was a "targeted action" being carried in "selected areas" to establish government's writ and to maintain peace there.   Addressing "Meet-the-Press" programme at the Lahore Press Club, Farzana Raja refuted the impression that it was a full-fledged military operation launched in the province against the militants. "It is an action, not operation, being carried out only in selected areas to restore government's writ," she maintained, adding that the government had the cooperation of people of the area who wanted to get rid of the militants. She said that apart from taking security measures to curb militancy in the tribal belt, the PPP government would soon implement development package in FATA to improve infrastructure and to provide health and education facilities to the people in the region. Replying to a question, she rejected the notion that the PPP had become a B-team of President Pervez Musharraf like the PML-Q. The PPP government, she said, had undone many actions taken by President Musharraf in the last eight years. "Musharraf put judges under house arrest and stopped their salaries; we released them and their salaries, he put curbs on media; we lifted them, he banned trade and students' unions; we revoked this decision," she said giving some examples in support of her argument. To a question, the PPP leader also took credit for relaxing restrictions on the movement of Dr A Q Khan, saying that he was free to meet relatives and talk to the media, a facility denied to him during previous government's tenure. She said the issue of Dr A Q Khan was over now. When asked about timeframe for presentation of the proposed constitutional package in the Parliament, she said the PPP had dispatched copies of the draft bill to all its coalition partners and was waiting response from them. The bill will be presented in the Parliament as soon as coalition partners complete its examination and evolve consensus over its points. She said the package contained 36 points taken from the Charter of Democracy (CoD). She believed that the proposed package would ensure change of the system by creating a balance of power between the office of Prime Minister and the President. She said the package also contained a provision to do away with 58 (2) (B), besides introducing changes in the NFC award and re-constitution of Council of Common Interests. She advocated reconciliation at the national and international level, urging friendly relations with neighbouring countries. This, she said, was vital for country's existence and to end peoples' miseries. To a question whether nomination of party chiefs through "will" was a democratic practice, she replied that there was nothing undemocratic in it as Shaheed BB's "will" was discussed in the party's Central Executive Committee meeting and it had endorsed it after taking into account all the pros and cons of the issue. Similarly, she added, the said document was also debated in the meetings of provincial executive committees of the party in the four provinces, and they also approved it. To a question about registration of FIR against those nominated by Shaheed Benazir in her letter to President Musharraf, the PPP parliamentarian said her party wanted probe into BB's murder case by an impartial body, the UN, to avoid the charge of political victimisation. To a question that PPP ministers' orders issued during open courts for redress of peoples grievances were not being implemented, she said the establishment people would soon learn how to respond to people's problems.   To a question about Makhdoom Amin Fahim's statement that he was no more part of the new PPP, she avoided to make any direct comment on the issue.