ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Dr Babar Awan has said that the 18th Amendment bill will be tabled in the Parliament after the return of Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani from Davos, Switzerland. Talking to media persons here at Pakistan Academy of Letters on Saturday, the Minister said the PPP was following the policy of grand reconciliation and for that reason it formed alliances with different political forces at Centre and all four provinces. He further said the PPP was also in touch with those political forces, which were not a part of the Parliament and was also taking their input on the issues of national importance. "We want to take all democratic forces on board to address the problems being faced by the masses," he added. Babar said the PPP didn't believe in the politics of victimisation and that was the reason it had wound up National Accountability Bureau (NAB). He said the previous governments had instituted the NAB to victimise their political opponents. Answering a question, he said the government would welcome the long march of lawyers, adding, "This is time for national cohesion instead of clash." He said the people knew very well which party had a firm belief in real democracy. Without naming Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf (PTI), Babar said a political party that had supported the referendum campaign of the then dictator General Musharraf in 2002 was now rubbing its shoulders with the lawyers' fraternity, adding, "How can it be sincere with lawyers."