ISLAMABAD (APP) - President Asif Ali Zardari Tuesday said the government would pursue its economic reforms agenda for macroeconomic stability despite constraints. Talking to Adnan Mazarei, Head of IMF Mission for Pakistan, here at the President House, the President said Pakistan was taking all possible measures to accelerate progress in strengthening and extending the scope of social safety net system under the Benazir Income Support Program. He said transparency in various components of BISP was facilitating the govt to reach out to the poor and the deserving segments of society to the maximum possible extent. The President also highlighted various economic measures being taken by the govt to stabilise the economy on the one hand, and to provide relief to the poor, on the other. President Zardari said the war against militants had inflicted great loss to Pakistans frail economy that had been inherited by the current govt. He said there was no option left for the government to take a number of unpopular decisions, even at the cost of its popularity, for the stability of economy. He said the government would adhere to policies of fiscal discipline, critical tax reforms, energy sector reforms, flexible exchange rate and expenditure rationalization. Head of IMF Mission for Pakistan Adnan Mazarei said the Mission appreciated the measures taken by the government for economic recovery and was aware of the difficulties it faced. The two-member delegation headed by Adnan Mazarei also included Jaroslaw Wieczorek. From Pakistans side, Salman Faruqui, Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, Malik Asif Hayat, Salman Siddique, Farhatullah Babar and other senior officials were present.