Gilani says parties should accept past mistakes

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani says one should bravely admit if one’s party’s policy is wrong.


October 30, 2010

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani on Saturday said that one should bravely admit if one’s party’s policy is wrong.

While addressing a ceremony at Zimindar College in Gujrat, he said that it was the government's mistake to nationalise the college, adding that the central government will fully support the reforms suggested by the Punjab Government.

Gilani also announced that the grant of Rs50 million for the college which he had announced earlier will be expedited.

The Prime Minster said that the country is currently overwhelmed by several problems including inflation, poverty, terrorism and flood inflicted devastation.

He said that homes and livelihood will be provided to the 20 million people displaced by the floods.

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sidrah gufran | 9 years ago | Reply | Recommend decide dude, u want it to be gillani or gilani!!!!
Ahmer Ali | 9 years ago | Reply | Recommend Assalam-o-Allaikum Warahmatullah.You are absolutely right Mr. PM Gillani but you should confess that your party has committed the most dangerous and hazardous mistakes intentionally thru which middle and lower class related common man's back has broken socially,economically and financially and some are selling their children and committing suicides just due to hunger,poverty,unemployment and expensiveness.Means first of all you and your party should confess about the done committed mistakes and the biggest committed mistake of your party is confronting the SC on article 248 for corrupt and NRO certified President Zardari's immunity and exemption from presenting him in the SC so that you and your party could set an example of self-accountability in the society and provide relief to the middle and lower class related common man then expect it from the others.
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