QUETTA-President Asif Ali Zardari while announcing a package of Rs 46 billion for Balochistan has said that problems of Balochistan would be solved through Parliament and Constitutional amendments. 'I have recommended for forming a Parliamentary Committee and have assigned the task to the Chief Minister Balochistan for preparing a Constitutional package for resolution of Balochistan's problems', he said. He was addressing a Press conference at Governor's House on Friday. Governor Balochistan Nawab Zulfiqar Ali Magsi, Chief Minister Nawab Muhammad Aslam Raisani, Adviser to Prime Minister Rehman Malik and Federal Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira were also present on the occasion. He said that he believed in durable solution of all outstanding issues of Balochistan and said he could announce a general amnesty in Balochistan but it could not give desired results as such announcements had been made many times in the past. 'PPP led govt is completely aware about Balochistan's problems and will make its earnest efforts to resolve them on priority basis as early as possible', he added. The President said that Balochistan problems were five decades old and these could not be resolved within a year, however, he assured that incumbent govt was committed to solve these problems. He said that Parliament was the best way to solve problems properly ,therefore, he had recommended constitution of committees which would present their recommendations to the Parliament after negotiations with the representatives of the province. He said that PPP particularly Bhutto family had rendered big sacrifices for the sake of democracy in the country owing to which today democracy was prevailing in the country. He said the PPP govt had been able to minimise effects of international economic recession on Pakistan 's economy and termed it a big achievement. To a query regarding news of drones attack on Balochistan, President Zardari said that govt was strongly opposed to such attacks and the govt and Foreign Ministry were in constant contact with US administration in this regard. He said US President Obama was name of change and we would look that what would be the policy of new US administration towards Balochistan and region. Responding to a question about missing persons in Balochistan and abduction of UNHCR official John Solecki, he said he had directed the Governor and Chief Minister Balochistan to form a committee to verify the number and identity such people. He said that Interior Minister was constantly in contact with provincial govt so that this issue could be solved as soon as possible. Responding to another question, he said that Rs 2.30 billion had been distributed amongst quake affectees of Balochistan, however, the complaints of affectees would be resolved. Earlier, Addressing the elders and parliamentarians of Balochistan, President Zardari said that Balochistan was indispensable for Pakistan's security and ,added, that some people had been exploiting the province's problems for their political interests. He urged the people of Balochistan to strengthen democracy and added that they would not allow the world to use our soil for their nefarious designs. President Zardari said that the elders could consult me for the resolution of the problems of Balochistan. He further said that he would present a constitutional package proposal for Balochistan in his upcoming address to the joint session of the Parliament. The President during his address announced Rs 46.6 billion development package for Balochistan. He said that four water storage reservoirs at a cost of Rs 36 billion and small delay action dams at a cost of Rs 2.5 billion would be constructed. He also announced Rs 3 billion package for development of Quetta City and Rs 5 billion for transmission lines in Balochistan.