LAHORE Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Sunday said the nation would be getting another good news in March this year when all undesirable amendments introduced in the Constitution by the dictators would be revoked. Addressing a joint meeting of PPP Punjab Executive Committee, divisional coordinators and district presidents at State Guest House here, the PM said that Constitutional Reforms Committee had almost completed its work and the Constitution would be restored to its original form before next presidential address to joint sitting of the Parliament in March this year. Gilani said all unconstitutional changes made in the Constitution during dictatorial rules, including 17th Amendment, would be repealed by striking a balance of power between the offices of the prime minister and the president. It is to be noted that PM Gilani recently gave a good news to the nation by withdrawing notifications regarding appointment of judges which was issued by the government against the advice of Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, and which had brought the judiciary and the executive face to face. Gilani told partymen that a strong party organisation was essential for a strong government, as the latter drew its strength from party cadres. He said the PPP leadership was determined to strengthen the party at gross roots level. He asked them to get ready for the upcoming local body elections in Punjab by starting the essential homework at the early stage. The PM said the government was facing tough challenges in the form of terrorism, price-hike, unemployment and lawlessness, but it had the capability to face these. He asked the partymen to float their suggestions to overcome these problems. Gilani also announced some development projects government intended to undertake in the near future. He said a teaching hospital would be set up in Bahawalnagar, whereas engineering universities would be established at Gujranwala and Sargodha besides an engineering college at Attock. He said a five-kilometre long overhead bridge would be constructed connecting old Ravi Bridge with Lahore City Railway Station. Earlier, office-bearers of different party organisations complained to the PM about workers problems, which they said, were not being addressed, neither at the provincial nor at federal level. Upon this, the PM told them that he was meeting with PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif and Punjab CM on Monday (today) at Raiwind over breakfast and would take up coalition matters with them. It has been learnt that PM Gilani would brief PML-N leaders about the progress so far made on constitutional reforms and reassure them that all unconstitutional amendments would be struck down before President Asif Zardaris address to joint sitting of the Parliament. He is also likely to take up some contentious issues with Sharifs like renaming of NWFP in todays meeting. It merits mentioning here that Prime Minister Gilani has met Shahbaz Sharif several times and had also occasionally talked to Nawaz Sharif in the last two years to improve working relationship between the PPP and PML-N in Punjab, but with little success. The complaints of PPPs provincial parliamentary party and ministers regarding implementation of 40:60 power sharing formula as agreed between the two parties in the beginning are still there, as the PML-N has not moved an inch to share power with its coalition partner in Punjab. In this context, Mondays meeting between Premier Gilani and PML-N leaders is less likely to come up with any tangible outcome on the issues in question.