KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party leader Raza Rabbani has said that the PPP would closely monitor progress on Gwadar Port and Pak-Iran gas projects while sitting on the opposition benches in the National Assembly.
Announcing seven-point agenda of the party at the Karachi Press Club, the PPP stalwart said that his party would monitor government’s policies regarding economy, IMF package, prices control, job opportunities and firing of government employees.
He said that health and education sectors had been transferred to the provinces and the PPP would not allow the government to centralize them.
Rabbani said that provinces had the right over 50 percent of their resources. He said that there was no mention of anti-terrorism policy in Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz manifesto while it would also have to clarify its policy regarding withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan.
He said that the PPP would also monitor as to how the PML-materialized its claims to overcome power crisis.
The Iran Project is not responsible for the content of quoted articles.