Formation of new provinces possible: Gilani

Express April 24, 2010

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said he is not against formation of new provinces through constitutional process.

In an interview for PTV News, Gilani said the government will talk to the people of Hazara to alleviate their grievances and work to resolve all issues through reconciliation.

The Prime Minister went on to say that all parties were consulted on the passage of the 18th amendment, and that NWFP was renamed after a consensus from all political parties. He lauded Benazir Bhutto for her sacrifice for the country.


Ali | 12 years ago | Reply The name should be neutral, neither in favour of Pashtoon nor Hazara people otherwise it will create more problem in the future just like Baluchi people claiming Baluchistan as the name suggests.
Nazir Habib | 12 years ago | Reply Agreed with the two comments above. We pay taxes on salary, no taxes on agriculture, stock exchanges, real estate, services,no electricity, no proper conveyance infrastructure (thanx to CDGK for launching CNG buses), no equity / justice, no law and order NO ACCOUNTABILITY OF PUBLIC OFFICE HOLDERS, land-grabbing in full swing, no hit and run drivers caught, VVIP structure (next we'll have VVVIP's floating around), rampant gun culture, unregulated private security guards, no rapists are punished,(gang / minors).........WHAT IS GOING ON??? It pains me to see our ISLAMIC REPUBLIC going to pieces in all directions and Karachites, (goose that lays the golden egg)must say THANK YOU MUSTAFA KAMAL.
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