ISLAMABAD - The Federal Cabinet has decided to devise a joint political strategy by taking all the coalition partners onboard to effectively respond to those political parities, which want political change before Senate elections by misleading the masses. Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, Federal Information Minister, briefing the media persons after the Federal Cabinet meeting said that central leaders of all coalition partners would meet soon in a bid to devise a joint strategy to cope with all those political parties which were misleading people before Senate elections. She said central leaders of PPP, ANP, MQM, and PML-Q would meet soon for the purpose. To a question, Firdous dispelled the impression of possible removal of Hussain Haqqani, Pakistans Ambassador to US. 'He has been summoned in Islamabad for regular consultations, she said. She was of the view that civilian and military leadership of the country was on the same page and there were no differences among them. Responding to another question, she argued that PML-N was ruling over 60 per cent of the population of the country and in what capacity it would launch protest demos campaign against the government. 'It is their (PML-N) political compulsion to go for every option that can hinder PPP and allied parties to grab majority in upcoming Senate election, she said. She said that Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani took his Cabinet members into confidence over current political situation. 'All coalition partners reposed their full confidence in President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and their policies, she said. The Minister said that before launching any tirade against the Federal government, the PML-N must first present a role model government in Punjab. 'Those who live in glasshouses should not throw stones and Pakistan cannot afford adventurism, she added. She said that there were two ways of removing the government; Constitutional and unconstitutional. 'Through Constitutional way nobody can topple the government and the countrys situation is not conducive for any unconstitutional step. Therefore, the government will present its fifth budget, she claimed. She said there was consensus among coalition partners that they would swim and sink together. 'We will contest next general elections and form next government as allies, she said. The Federal Cabinet also approved a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for import of 1,000 to 1,300 MW surplus hydropower from Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan to Pakistan via Afghanistan, she said. The Information Minister said that progress report on implementation of energy plan and load management in respect of supply of electricity was also presented in the Cabinet. She said that the Cabinet was informed that DESCOS and GENCOS boards had been reconstituted. 'Vacancies of CEOs have been advertised and three candidates for each post have been short listed. It was also informed that financial plan to deal with the issue of circular debt would be submitted to the Cabinet in the next meeting by high-powered energy committee of the Cabinet, the Minister said. The Information Minister clarified that Cabinet had not approved increase in electricity tariff and it was the duty of NEPRA to decide tariff related matters. She said that the Cabinet also accorded approval in principle to sign the signing of supplementary loan agreement in respect of procurement of equipment under NTDC Development Programme 220 KV-Ghazi Road Grid Station Pak-2 under EDCF Loan Assistance. 'The Prime Minister took the Federal Cabinet into confidence over his visit to Maldives in connection with the 17th SAARC Summit and his meeting with the Indian counterpart, she said, adding, that the Cabinet members appreciated the Prime Ministers role in resolving disputes between two neighbouring states for which he was also called 'Man of Peace by the Indian Prime Minister. She said that Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar would also brief the Parliament over Pakistans achievements in SAARC conference. She said that Cabinet also condemned the murder of three minority community members in Sindh and expressed its sympathies with the bereaved families. 'The Prime Minister said perpetrators of this heinous crime will be brought to justice. The Cabinet assured the minorities in Pakistan that the government will provide security of life and property to their communities, Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said. She said that the Prime Minister had directed the Minister for Religious Affairs Khurshid Shah and Interior Minister Rehman Malik to visit the homes of the deceased and offer condolences on behalf of the Federal government. 'The Cabinet reviewed the implementation of previous Cabinet decisions pertaining to Ministry of Defence and Defence Production Division, she said. She said that the Cabinet approved initiation & signing of MoU between Board of Investment (BOI) Pakistan and the State Committee on Investments and the State Property Management of the Republic of Tajikistan to enhance bilateral investment relations between the two countries. The MoU will provide opportunities for identification of areas of mutual cooperation, work together to increase bilateral investment ties, exchange information and experiences regarding the development of policies to attract investment between the parties and exchange information and experiences regarding the legal framework that regulate investments in each of the parties, she added. The Minister said that Cabinet also approved the signing of Memorandum of Understanding on bilateral consultations mechanism between Pakistan and Chile. 'The Cabinet approved Enhancement of Weight Limit of Printed Papers (Test Books and Fixation of its Tariff) for the sake of dissemination of knowledge. The maximum weight limit of this category of postal articles is required to be enhanced from 2-kg to 7-kg. This step coincides with the governments policy to enhance the literacy rate in the country and also to facilitate the users of postal services engaged in the dispatch of text books prescribed for study in schools, colleges, universities and written exercises to and from the institutions recognised by the government which conduct correspondence courses, she added.