ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that Government is according high priority to the development projects, as it is directly linked to the employment generation leading towards poverty alleviation and improving the living standard of the common man. The Prime Minister was talking to Parliamentarians who called on him at his chamber at Prime Ministers Secretariat on Tuesday morning. The Prime Minister observed that disbursement of the requisite funds for the development schemes would be expedited for timely completion of the projects. He also urged the Parliamentarians to monitor the schemes in their respective constituencies and ensure the removal of the bottlenecks in completion of projects. The parliamentarians eulogised the Prime Minister for the generous as well as judicious allocations to all the elected members in the PSDP for year the 2010-2011. The meeting was attended by Minister for Food and Agriculture Nazar Muhammad Gondal, Minister for Communication Imtiaz Safder Warriach, MNAs Faryal Talpur, Arif Aziz Sheikh, Amir Yar Waran and Rukhsana Bangash. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that good governance was a prerequisite for a welfare state and his team was committed to make Pakistan a welfare state. The Prime Minister was talking to his Inspection Commissions Chairman Malik Amjad Ali Noon who called on him at Prime Ministers Secretariat Tuesday afternoon. The Prime Minister asked the Chairman to build the capacity of the Commission for undertaking assessment of the performance of the governments departments with a particular focus on controlling the wastage of resources and improve the service delivery for the public benefit. Chairman, PMIC apprised the Prime Minister of the working of Inspection Commission and also discussed with him the strategy to address the public grievances and subsequent provision of relief to the complainants. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Gilani said that Government was making all possible efforts at various levels to plead the case for Dr Aafia Siddiquis repatriation to Pakistan. Talking to Dr Fauzia Siddiqui, sister of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, who called on him at PMs Secretariat Tuesday afternoon, the Premier said that he fully understood the anguish of the family of Dr Aafia Siddiqui. Dr Fauzia thanked the Prime Minister for his keen interest to bring Dr Aafia back to her country as soon as possible and for his Governments strenuous efforts undertaken with the US government to plead Dr Aafia Siddiquis case. She said she was also grateful to the people of Pakistan for standing by Dr Aafias family in these difficult times. Interior Minister Rehman Malik and other senior officers were also present in the meeting.