KARACHI - Sindh Assembly Wednesday through a unanimously passed a resolution reposing confidence in the leadership of President Asif Ali Zardari and fully supported his polices. The house unanimously flayed the inimical and 'anti-people' forces, which are engaged in fanning 'hatred' amongst the constituent units through propagation of 'parochialism' and are also engaged in subversive activities to destabilise the country. The assembly which resumed its session with Speaker Nisar Ahmed Khuhro unanimously adopted resolution which was by Senior Minister Pir Mazhar ul Haq, Muttaheda Qaumi Movement Parliamentary leader Syed Sardar Ahmed, ANP Minister Amir Nawab Khan, PML (F) members Nusrat Abbasi and Syeda Marvi Rashidi and NPP member Arif Mustafa Jatoi. The resolution said, "Whereas the global economic melt down has adversely affected the economy of Pakistan and the present day elected government under the able leadership of Asif Ali Zardari, the President voted unanimously by this house, is making all out efforts to grapple with the situation by controlling inflation, reducing unemployment, fighting the menace of terrorism, reinforcement peace and the amity and above all brining all the dissident political groups/parties on one platform through intensive reconciliatory measures, still the anti-people are engaged in subversive activities to destabilise the country. "And whereas this house witness to the assassination of late Liaquat Ali Khan, the first Prime Minister, Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, twice elected Prime Minister and the martyr of democracy and Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto the saviour of battered nation, by these very inimical forces, and whereas these very anti-people and vested interests, to serve their own nefarious ends, are still engaged in fanning hatred amongst the constituent units through propagation of parochialism, particularly in Punjab, to cause frustration and disenchantment amongst the people of Pakistan, and whereas the evil forces, in their venom against the duly elected government indulged in vandalism and ransacked the memorial of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto who laid her life at the altar of democracy, this assembly, therefore, not only, strongly condemns the subversive, parochial, criminal and anti-national activities that are directed to destabilised the elected government by these very anti-people forces, but also affirm their unstinted support and repose full confidence in the leadership of President Asif Ali Zardari the proponent of "Pakistan Khapey" who will, Inshallah, with propellers of reconciliation, rudder the ship through the troubled waters to safe shore", the resolution further said. Speaking on the resolution, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah expressed gratitude to the leaders of coalition partners Altaf Hussain, Pir Pagaro, Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi, Arbab Ghulam Rahim and Asfandyar Wali for supporting this resolution. He said that country was facing financial crunch. Country needs reinforcing of peace, resolution of unemployment and poverty but some elements are challenging constitutional government on the roads on flimsy grounds," he said. Law and order situation is also satisfied in Sindh province. In NWFP, Balochistan and even in Punjab province bomb blasts and firing incidents are being occurred. Without naming any political leader, Syed Qaim Ali Shah said people who took oath as members of the assemblies under the Constitution of Pakistan, were now avoiding to respect this constitution. After Supreme Court's verdict to disqualify the Sharif brothers, protest was initially started in support of two brothers but began to take wrong directions and against the interest of the country, he declared. He said the three judges of Supreme Court who gave this verdict, had already given decision to disqualify PPP Chairperson Benazir Bhutto, but we have tolerated these judges instead of opposing or criticising them. Contempt case regarding attack on Chief Justice Supreme Court Syed Sajjad Ali Shah and other judges is still pending in the apex court but now such elements are claiming struggling for the rights of judges, Mr. Shah said. Senior Minister Pir Mazhar ul Haq accused Sharif brothers of running politics of confrontation in current situation faced by the country, which they should avoid it. ANP Minister Amir Nawab Khan said unfortunately, some element used to destabilise democratic government, whenever it comes in power. Reconciliation is need of the hour. We should settle our differences on the table instead of going to streets, he added. MQM parliamentary leader Syed Sardar Ahmed said the country was passing through critical juncture but some forces were damaging reconciliation efforts in order to derail democracy. We condemn the people who are running politics of confrontation instead of reconciliation, he added. PML (F) member Syeda Marvi Rashidi said President Zardari should pay special attention to resolve issues of inflation and unemployment. We voted for him in presidential election as he belongs to Sindh, she added. Another PML (F) legislator Nusrat Sehar Abbasi said PML (F) chief Pir Pagaro supported PPP for the interests of the country. She urged reconciliation between the political parties. NPP MPA Masroor Jatoi said politics of confrontation should be avoided in order to bring the country out of crisis. MQM minister Shoaib Bukhari asked whether Supreme Court does not exist without Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and whether there would be no independence of judiciary after his demise. PPP Minister for Jails Haji Muzaffar Shujra said he would welcome the PML (N) in his department, if they would run politics of agitation in Sindh province. MQM Minister Rauf Siddiqui said even the common man like push cart vendors and rickshaw drivers were aware that the country was passing through crisis but unfortunately the Sharif brothers had not realised it. Who was attacker of Supreme Court and Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, he asked. Media is recording and conveying our words to the masses. Politicians should use their words carefully, as there is no room for mistake now, he added. Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza said conspiracy was being hatched to separate President Zardari from PPP, besides weakening him. "Action would be taken against those who try to deteriorate law and order on the pretext of protest", he added. Speaker Nisar Ahmed Khuhro put the resolution in the house which was carried unanimously. The house, which resumed business at 12-00 noon with the delay of around two hours beyond the scheduled time, took up question and answer session. The chair adjourned the house till Thursday morning.