Talking to media during the mango exhibition held under the auspicious of Trade development Authority (TDA), he said that Pakistan always aspire for better and conducive relations with USA, while ensuring that such bilateral ties would always be strengthened.
He also cited similar sentiments, regarding ties with neighboring India, and said that things would have been much better, but for the ‘Mumbai attacks’.
The PM also praised the respectable and honorable personality of Indian Premier, Manmohan Singh, and stressed that strong bilateral relations between both warring countries were mandatory and the only way out.
Expressing his strong respects for Judiciary by a democratically oriented government, the PM said that all cases at Supreme Court were important and were resolved on daily basis, and ensured that the issue of Zafar Qurieshi would soon be resolved.
Answering a question, the PM also assured to resolve all reservations of CM Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Sharif, while also assuring to take PML-N head Mian Nawaz Sharif into confidence on all National matters and issues.
He also announced to hold a National energy conference soon, and assured that permission of Provinces would also be taken over the issue.
The PM also assured that commodities would be available at cheap rates during the Holy month of Ramadan, and federal government would coordinate closely with all provincial governments to ensure this.
He cited earlier endeavors by senior federal minister Chaudhry Pervez Elahi in this regard, and informed that in order to deal with any eventuality of floods, federal government would closely work with authorities in this regard.
He also declared that Karachi issue was of vital National importance, and despite being worrisome would be catered for in prudent and effective manner.
The PM also expressed his strong resolves over maintaining coalition with MQM, for all times to come, regardless of MQM’s stance.
Referring to the case of correspondence of one of the former COAS, the PM said that those aspiring for unconstitutional endeavors were well understood, as they stood exposed in front of masses, and would least garner any popular support.
Meanwhile, the PM assured that government was taking special efforts for increasing the exports, while Pakistani mango was formibidle of its kind, while this mango expo was also sure to boost exports as well.