PPP and MQM finalised power sharing formula

Breaking News:-
Reports coming in suggest there has been a breakthrough in a crucial meeting between PPP and MQM and a final formula has been agreed upon by both sides to run the future gov. in Sindh. MQM will get its share through 8 ministries and 5 advisory positions. Asif Ali Zardari who is in Dubai at the moment has also given his approval on this agreement. We may hear a press conference shortly this even or tomorrow probably.

More soon . . .

2 Comments so far

  1. madman on April 28th, 2008 @ 6:50 pm

    MQM zindabad

    Dilbar hai(ALTAF BHAI) dilbaroon ka dushman ko dost karle.

    Jetta hai jeet lai ga cha hiakoi kutch bhi karle.

  2. Shamsi (shamsi) on April 30th, 2008 @ 12:40 pm

    for those who do not know…!

    Previliges of Member National Assembly Pakistan

    Salary & Govt. Concessions for a Member of NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (MNA)

    Monthly Salary: Rs. 120,000 to 200,000
    Expense for Constitution per month: Rs.100, 000
    Office expenditure per month: Rs.140, 000
    Traveling concession (Rs. 8 per km): Rs.48, 000 (For a visit to ISLAMABAD & return: 6000 km)
    Daily BETA during Assembly meets: Rs.500
    Charge for 1 class (A/C) in Train: Free (For any number of times) (All over PAKISTAN)
    Charge for Business Class in flights: Free for 40 trips / year (With wife or P.A.)
    Rent for Govt hostel any where: Free
    Electricity costs at home: Free up to 50,000 units
    Local phone call charge: Free up to 1, 70,000 calls.
    TOTAL expense for a MNA per year: Rs. 32,000,000
    TOTAL expense for 5 years: Rs.1, 60,000,000
    For 534 MNA, the expense for 5 years: Rs. 8, 54, 40,000,000 (more than 900 cores)
    And they are elected by THE PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN, by the democratic process of this world, not intruded into the assembly on their own or by any qualification.

    This is how all our tax money is been siphoned and refelect price hike on our regular commodities.

    Think of the great democracy we have.

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