ISLAMABAD Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira has said that Constitutional Reforms Committee (CRC) will hopefully complete its task till upcoming March 23. Talking to the media persons after the conclusion session of a workshop titled Strategic Communications, Public and Culture Diplomacy organised at Information Service Academy, Kaira said that after the mutual consensus of other political parties and formal sanction of the Parliament, the draft of Charter of Democracy would become part of the Constitution. Responding to a question, Kaira said the Government was providing legal aid to Dr Aafia, adding it was not necessary that Government of Pakistan would demand of the US government to handover Dr Aafia. Speaking at the seminar, he said that the recent achievements against terrorists in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Swat were good but it was a long war and defeating the extremist ideology was crucial to complete victory. Pakistan was achieved in the name of democracy but democratic values and culture could not be promoted here, he lamented. The Minister said that it was a fact that world powers had provided funds for Jihad during Afghan war. After achieving success in Afghanistan, the sponsors of that war left Pakistan at the mercy of extremists. The Minister said that Swat operation succeeded only when the nation stood behind it, though it had been launched many years ago but it was without success. Kaira said that Pakistan Peoples Party had always stood for the freedom of expression. The media should demonstrate responsibility in the coverage of events. Instead of information warfare, we should go for information welfare, he added.