MURREE (Lower Topa) - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that the government would complete its mandated constitutional term because the people of Pakistan were extending full support to it and satirically added that the political fortune-tellers predicting end of its tenure would be disappointed again. Addressing a public gathering after the inauguration of Islamabad-Murree Expressway here on Tuesday, the Prime Minister said that the government could not be weakened by the negative tactics of anti-democracy people who wanted to harm the incumbent political dispensation. Many forces were striving to dislodge the government before the upcoming March, however, such efforts would go in vain as the government enjoyed the support of poor people, Gilani further said. The Prime Minister said that they had not come into power through backdoor and let the people of Pakistan decide about their fate in the next general elections keeping in view their five years performance. Amid the slogans in favour of his government and PPP, Gilani announced provision of gas to Murree in near future. He announced the grand project of constructing a road between Lower Topa to Kohala, which will link Punjab, Azad Kashmir and Hazara. He mentioned that in Bhara Kahu, he had also announced provision of electricity to the areas, which were not having the facility. The Premier also asked for early completion of Nazir Satti College in Murree announced by Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto and also promised to the people that he would look into the feasibility of proposal to lift water for Murree from Jhelum River. Gilani asked Chairman Baitul Mal Zamurrad Khan to set up an orphanage in Murree. He also announced establishing a fund for every Union Council, which he said would bring prosperity in the area. The Prime Minister said that his party had great affinity with Murree. He recalled the address of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto some 35 years ago in the same city and also his own childhood memories of visiting Murree. The Prime Minister said with Shaheed Bhuttos policies, the country emerged as a nuclear power in the comity of nations. Leader of the House in Senate Nayyar Hussain Bukhari, Chairman Baitul Mal Zamurad Khan and MNAs Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, Mehreen Anwar Raja and Fauzia Habib were also present on the occasion. Fauzia Wahab appreciated the President and the Prime Minister on giving courage to the nation in the hour of crises. Mehreen Raja said the governments policy of reconciliation had played a positive role in the functioning of the government and its relations with other parties. Earlier, the Prime Minister inaugurated over Rs 12 billion Islamabad-Murree Expressway, terming it a new strategic link with Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Gilani unveiled the plaque of the four-lane 50 km long winding road through the picturesque Murree hills and addressed a large gathering of workers of Pakistan Peoples Party from the nearby areas. The Expressway was constructed along a new alignment in the hilly terrain by the Pakistani engineers. Special considerations for structural design have been kept in view to check landslides and to make the travel safe. Two phases of the Expressway that will eventually link Islamabad to the capital of AJK, Muzaffarabad, have been completed. In the third phase, the existing road will be widened and upgraded from Lower Topa to Kohala, while in the final phase the section from Kohala to Muzaffarabad would be improved.