ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Ijaz Ahmad Shah on Monday said the government would fulfill all its commitments made with allied political parties and address their grievances.
“Difference of opinion in political alliances is a routine matter and a part of democracy,” he said talking to a news channel.
The minister said the issue appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner of Pakistan would be resolved with consensus in coming days.
Ijaz Shah said the matter of changing Inspector General Police Sindh would be resolved soon but till then IGP Kaleem Imam would perform his duty till further orders.
He said the government was making efforts to enhance working capacity of the Federal Investigation Agency, National Database and Registration Authority, passport offices and Capital Development Authority with modern technology.
Legitimate reservations of allies to be addressed soon: Naeemul Haque
Talking to a local TV channel, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Political Affairs Naeemul Haque said the allied political parties were part of the government and their legitimate reservations would be addressed soon.
He said the government would complete its constitutional tenure under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Naeemul Haque said the government was ready to bring required revolutionary changes in the country and the opposition should extend its support in this regard.
On Jan 14, Special Assistant on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan had said all allied parties (including the MQM-P) under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan were united on the national agenda of the country’s development and public welfare.
In a series of tweets, Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan had said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) would safeguard national interests at every front with unity and integrity.
The special assistant had said the process of prosperity of the country and the nation under the leadership of the prime minister would move forward with full force.