KARACHI-Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani Friday said reconciliation policy of the government was moving in the right direction and in a positive manner and for the first time hinted that new political alliances were in the offing and a number of political parties were on board in this move. Talking to newsmen at Jinnah Hospital here shortly after inaugurating a new health project, he said that the details of new political alliances would be announced when those were finalised. Answering a question on MQM and PPP relations, he said that MQM was a coalition partner of the PPP-led government in Sindh. He said joining of MQM in the Federal Cabinet was not an issue and neither it was difficult. On the withdrawal of Army from Balochistan, he said that it was the demand of all the political parties. Gilani also spoke at length on Aghaz-e-Haqooq-e-Balochistan package announced by the government and said that it was moving smoothly. He said the entire nation was united and focused in the fight against terrorism and extremism. He also asked the provincial govt to sort out the issue of the mega Lyari Expressway project for its early completion. He also approved allocation of Rs 50 million for the construction of Lyari Sports Complex, saying that its early completion would generate healthy activities. Abrar Saeed from Islamabad adds: While appreciating OICs strong and consistent support to the legitimate struggle of the Kashmiri people for their right to self-determination, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that Pakistan would look forward to the Special Envoy of OICs report on his recent visit to AJ&K and Pakistan, which he would submit to the Secretary General. The PM was talking to Ambassador Abdullah Abdurahman Alim, OIC Secretary Generals Special Representative on Jammu & Kashmir who called on him at the PMs House here on Friday. He stated it was important that the international community should press India to respect the fundamental rights of Kashmiris.