ISLAMABAD - Awami National Party has constituted a four-member committee to reflect upon the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) 10-point agenda for sprucing up the national economy and to reform the overall governance in the country. ANP President Asfandyar Wali Khan has constituted the committee on the request of Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani who wanted input of the government's coalition partners as well as the other political parties in the Parliament so that the PML-N's 10-point agenda could be converted into a national agenda for taking the country forward in a flawless fashion. The four members committee led by Senator Haji Adeel and comprising Senator Afrasiab Khattak, Senator Zahid Khan and Bushra Gohar would be meeting here on Monday to examine the 10-point agenda and would likely join the Tuesday meeting between the government and PML-N side on the subject. Sources in Pakistan People's Party informed The Nation that Prime Minister Gilani had extended similar requests to other parties sitting both in the government as well as on the opposition benches including Muttahida Qaumi Movement, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Fazl), Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid), PML-Q (likeminded), Pakistan People's Party (Sherpao) and Fata members. The sources further said that Prime Minister Gilani expected the reply from these parties in the next couple of days so that the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) team would be meeting with the government side on Tuesday to take up the 10-point agenda floated by Mian Nawaz Sharif for bringing improvement in economic conditions and overall governance in the country. The sources further informed that Pakistan People's Party wanted to convert the 10-point interim agenda of Mian Nawaz Sharif into a comprehensive national plan to take the country forward on road to progress and prosperity by taking the input of other parliamentary parties. On the other hand the government was already taking steps to spruce up the performance of ministries and divisions working under the federal government, and all the ministries and its allied departments and corporations were asked to set their priorities, besides setting targets, for the next budget keeping in view the prevailing global economic recessions and the problems being faced by them due to cut in their development budgets made by the government due to extra burden put on the national kitty following the unprecedented floods in the country. The sources said that Prime Minister Gilani had directed the Federal Finance Minister to coordinate with the ministries and corporations working under the federal government in taking stringent measures on pilferage of funds and reset their priorities following the cut in their development budgets. The sources further said that it was also one of the demands of Nawaz to the incumbent government to check wastage of public money and spruce up the governance and curtail down the non-productive lavish spending of ministries and corporations.