KARACHI - Amidst slogans of "Go Musharraf Go", the Sindh Assembly on Wednesday adopted a unanimous resolution asking President Pervez Musharraf either to take a vote of confidence or resign. The resolution urged the Parliament to give notice of impeachment to Pervez Musharraf in accordance with the Article 47 of the Constitution if the President failed to accept the demand. Muttaheda Qaumi Movement, the major coalition partner in the Sindh government, and members of the Opposition were absent from the house.    The resolution was carried with 94 votes, including PPP 89, ANP 2 and 3 PML-Q turncoats, while four PPP members were also absent. They included Makhdoom Jameeluz Zaman, Shama Arif Mithani, Ali Murad Rajar and Mohsin Shah Bukhari, who had applied for the leave.   The PML (Q) members, who voted in favour of the resolution, were Mir Ghalib Hussain Domki, Mir Abid Sundrani and Dr. Sajeela Leghari.   Sindh Law Minister Ayaz Soomro tabled the resolution which read, " the provincial assembly is of the opinion that under Article 41 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the Sindh Assembly is a part of the electoral college for the election of the office of the President of Pakistan, objected to the validity or legality of the elections held in October 2007, for the office of the President. The resolution reads," this assembly is of the view that General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf is unfit to hold the office of the president by virtue of being guilty of violating the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and is of gross misconduct on the ground that; (i) he subverted the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan twice by holding it in abeyance, (ii) he has violated and undermined the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan and derailed the transition to democracy. (iii) in terms of Article 41 (1) of the Constitution, the Office of the President represents the unity of the Islamic Republic, but he has violated the same and has caused to promote inter-provincial tension, a deepen sense of deprivation, denied provincial autonomy thus leading to the weakening of the Federation, (iv) the policies pursued by him during the last eight years have brought Pakistan to the brink of a critical political and economic impasse. The incompetence and failures of his policies has plunged the country into the worst power shortage in its history and brought unprecedented misery upon the people. And whereas his policies have paralysed the Federation and eroded the trust of the nation in key national institutions, therefore, in the light of the above this Assembly hereby calls upon Gen. (Retd) Pervez Musharraf to either take a vote of confidence from his electoral college or resign from in terms of Article 44(3) of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan immediately. In case he fails to do so, this assembly calls upon and urged Parliament to give notice of impeachment in accordance with the Article 47 of the Constitution," the resolution said. Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, while speaking on the occasion, praised the party leadership for taking principled stand on the issue. "It was alleged that PPP has deviated from the principles and the wisdom of its martyred leader Benazir Bhutto and is supporting dictators but our Co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari, who remembered all the wisdom of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto has taken bold stand at the right time," Qaim maintained. He said despite the fact that country was facing multiple issues like judiciary crisis, poverty, price hike etc but he (Zardari) decided that the root cause of all the ills is dictatorship so he had taken up cudgel against the general. He said that now the writing on the wall is clear for Musharraf who should resign from his office. Without naming the author of 1973 Constitution, Syed Qaim Ali said that the "gentleman" was an old friend of his and added that he failed to understand why the "gentleman" is trying to rescue the sinking person by misinterpreting the constitution and its clauses. Supporting the resolution, Sindh Minister for Information Ms. Shazia Marri said that August 13 (Wednesday) would be remembered in the history of the country when the House raised voice against the dictator. She congratulated the people who had borne the brunt of the dictatorial rule of Pervez Musharraf for eight years and faced unprecedented hardships. She reminded President Pervez Musharraf the fate of General Pinochet of Chile when he failed to quit the office. Sindh Ministers Ayaz Soomro, Rafique Engineer, Murad Ali Shah, Jam Saifullah Dharejo, Ms. Sassi Palejo, Ameer Nawab, PPP legislators, Dr. Sikandar Mandharo, Jam Tamachi, Deputy Speaker Ms. Shehla Reza, Najamuddin Abro and Humera Alwani supported the resolution. They said that they were inspired by the slogan of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto "that democracy is the best revenge", and added that she had sacrificed her life for this noble cause. Senior Minister Pir Mazharul Haq supported the resolution by quoting various clauses of the constitution. The PML-Q turncoat Mir Ghalib Hussain Domki claimed that he was an old 'jiyala' who had parted ways with PPP for some reasons but now as he was re-joining his original party, he would not be a turncoat. Moreover, Domki said he had won elections on his personal popularity and strength and not because of the PML-Q. Later, the resolution was adopted unanimously. The House also passed three bills into laws. The Government Bill No-05 of 2008-The Sindh Goth-Abad (Housing Scheme) (Amendment) Bill, 2008, Government Bill-06, of 2008-The Sindh Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education (Amendment) Bill, 2008 and Government No-07 of 2008-The Sindh Ministers (Salaries, allowances and privileges) (Amendment) Bill, 2008 into law. Government Bill No-04, 2008-The Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Medical University Larkana was deferred to next session. After the passage of bills, Speaker Nisar Ahmed Khuhro adjourned the House till Friday morning.