The coalition parties of the government, by welcoming the new cabinet in line with the 18th amendment of the constitution, have said it will led to bringing down unnecessary expenditure and enhance people trust on democratic institutions. Talking to APP, the Awami National Party Information Secretary Senator Zahid Khan said that the government has respected the people's demand by reshaping the size of the cabinet." The reforms in the cabinet will enhance respect of democratic institutions and also a positive impact on economy", he said. He said that terrorism is hurdle in way of economic prosperity and all political parties should jointly fight the menace. Parliamentary leader of FATA MNA, Munir Orakzai said the government has given priority to national interest by cutting the size of the cabinet. He said small cabinet will save over Rs. 3 billion to national exchequer. Munir Orakzai said that they have given suggestion not to increase size of the cabinet in future keeping in view expectation of people from democratic government. Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) MNA Asif Hasnain while appreciating the downsizing of the Federal Cabinet, said the MQM was optimistic that its other demands would also be accepted by the government. To a question, he said that MQM would rejoin the federal cabinet, if the government fulfilled its demands."We support democracy and believe that the government should complete its five-year term as per constitution," he added.
By: Ary News