No compromise on nuclear assets: Zardari

ISLAMABAD (Online) - President Asif Ali Zardari has made it clear that countrys nuclear assets are in safe hands and no compromise will be made on their command and control system. President said this during his meetings with members of Parliament in Aiwan-e-Sadr here Wednesday. Those who called on the President included Defence Minister Ahmad Mukhtar, Deputy Chairman Senate Jan Muhammad Jamali, Dr Asim Hussain, PPP Secretary Information Qamar Zaman Kaira and others. Safeguarding the national integrity and sovereignty during war against terrorism is our top priority, he underlined. According to sources President said Pakistan had apprised its coalition partners in war against terrorism and US of its reaction on what had happened in Abbottabad. War on terror would continue, he reiterated. President Zardari said his party was continuing with the process of reconciliation and it was his endeavour that political forces should unite and play their role in extricating the country from crisis. Under the broad based reconciliation process, MQM had also consented to rejoin the government, he told. Government was alive to the difficulties and problems facing the common man and it would strive to provide relief to people in the upcoming budget, he told. People would get good news in the next budget, he observed. He stressed that elected representatives of people should play pivotal role in addressing the problems of people.

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