ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani discussed with Parliamentarians on Friday his proposed plan of inaugurating the development projects completed during the tenure of his government in the length and breadth of the country under Karwan-e-Tameer programme. Those who met Prime Minister on Friday included Senator Sallahuddin Dogar, Chairperson Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) Ms Farzana Raja, MD Bait-Ul-Mal Zamurad Khan, Sardar Bahadur Ahmad Khan Sehar, MOS Defence productions, Sahibzada Mohiyuddin, MNA, Ms Shaheen Ashraf, MNA and Sajjad-Ul-Hassan, MNA. The Parliamentarians said that they were looking forward to welcome the Prime Ministers visit with regard to Karwan-e-Tameer in their respective constituencies meant to inaugurate the major development projects completed during the last three and half years of the democratic government. They maintained that record development schemes had been completed which in turn had improved the quality of life of the people at grass root level. Senator Sallahudin Dogar thanked the prime minister for approving an international football Stadium in Multan and also provision of funds for streetlights in the city. Sahibzada Mohiyuddin expressed his deep sense of gratitude on behalf of the people of the area for the resumption of work on Lawari Tunnel. During meeting with Sardar Bahadur Sehar, the prime minister said that he would visit his constituency as a part of Karwan-e-Tameer to inaugurate the peoples friendly development schemes completed. Ms Shaheen Ashfaq appreciated prime minister for giving funds and respect for the elected representatives across the political divide. She complimented the prime minister for his decent conduct with the opposition members regardless of the political affiliations. The prime minister approved funds for Old Age Home in Gujranwala as proposed by the MNA. During the meeting with Ms Farzana Raja, Chairperson BISP, the prime minister said that promotion of education for the needy listed under BISP will be included in the agenda of forthcoming CCI meeting to decide the matter in presence of representatives of the provincial governments. Zamurad Khan briefed the prime minister about 700 children of 'Sweet Homes adopted by various families. He said 40,000 wheel chairs worth Rs 250 million gifted by government of China would be distributed throughout the country.