QUETTA-Balochistan Assembly on Monday passed a unanimous resolution expressing full confidence in the leadership of President Asif Ali Zardari. The Deputy Speaker Matiullah Agha chaired the session in the absence of Speaker Muhammad Aslam Bhootani who is out of City. The resolution was moved by the CM Balochistan Nawab Muhammad Aslam Raisani and other members including provincial Ministers Sardar Sanaullah Zehri (National Party-P), Sadiq Umrani (PPP), Sardar Aslam Bezinjo (IND) and Saleem Ahmed Khosa (PML-Q). The resolution reads: Balochistan Assembly believes in the supremacy of Constitution and writ of law and expresses its full confidence in the leadership of President of Pakistan Zardari who is the symbol of Federation as well as the Co-Chairperson of countrys biggest political force PPP for his sagacity which he showed for the solution of longs-tanding problems of Balochistan and other provinces. This Assembly also hails Presidents efforts for a unanimous Award of National Finance Commission and Aghaz-e-Haqooq Balochistan and for steering out the country from national and international crises. When the chair put the resolution for vote, the House approved it unanimously. Meanwhile, on point of order Pakistan Muslim League (PML-Q) Parliamentary leader Jaffar Khan Mandokhel expressed his dissatisfaction over the pace of work on national highways and demanded for immediate completion of work on highways. Raisani responded that provincial government was seriously taking the issue of slow pace of work on national highways and said that he himself held several meetings with the officials of National Highway Authority. He said that he travelled from Gwadar to Quetta by road and witnessed the dilapidated condition of the highways. He said that the construction work on highways was underway which would be completed on stipulated time. Earlier, the MPA-elect Tahir Mehmood Khan, brother of slain provincial Education Minister Shafiq Ahmad Khan took oath as member of Balochistan Assembly. Deputy Speaker Matiullah Agha administered him oath. The house also offered Fateha for the late Shafiq Ahmad Khan and paid rich tributes to him and expressed hope that Tahir Mehmood Khan would continue his mission and work for the betterment of the province.