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PESHAWAR, Feb 18 (APP): Provincial Education Minister Sardar Hussain Babak has said that the development and stability of the country depended upon democracy and urged all the political parties and people to work for sustainable democracy in the country.

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During his visit to APP Bureau office on Wednesday, Sardar Hussain Babak while giving his comment on ‘Democracy Day’ said that democracy has completed one successful year on February 18 and assured that the government was trying its best to live up to the people’s expectations and restore peace in the restive areas of the Province.

He said that the first four months of the present government were spent in confrontation with the former dictator Pervez Musarraf in a bid to oust him from the power corridor and for the establishment of real democracy.

         In reply to a question, Sardar Babak said that the present Provincial government has performed well given the present crises situation in the Province adding that none other party has suffered more than ANP that has lost more than 200 devoted workers.

“We fought bravely with militants in Swat and other restive areas of the Province and with the grace of Allah Nizam-e-Adl Regulation was implemented in Malakand Division that would help end law and order situation besides bringing peace and stability in the Province”, he maintained.

Deputy Secretary General PPP, NWFP Zulfiqar Ahmad Afghani has said that PPP has rendered great sacrifices for democracy and today on the day of democracy we renew our pledge and commitment for supremacy of law, democratic stability and for protecting the rights of the masses.

In an exclusive interview with APP in connection with the day of democracy here on Wednesday, Zulfiqar Afghani said that democracy was flourishing in the country and the government was taking result-oriented measures for resolving the problems confronted by the masses.

He said that PPP leaders have rendered great sacrifices for democracy in the country and it was not gifted to them in plate. Moreover, he went on to add that PPP was a democratic party that has taken principled stance on various issues clashing with democracy.

President PPP District Peshawar Syed Ayub Shah said that Pakistan was founded on the basis of democracy and therefore its stability depended on it.

He said that PPP government was struggling against many forces to provide stable democracy to the people of the country and asked the people to support the government in its fight against dictatorship.

“ We should renew our pledge on this day of democracy that the great sacrifices of Bhutto family would not go waste and that we would not hesitate from rendering any sacrifice in this regard”, he concluded.

 

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