ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari once again made it clear that Pakistan Peoples Party wanted to see the coalition government in the Punjab to function smoothly and that was the reason they were following the conciliatory course in the province. President Zardari expressed these views while talking to Governor Punjab Salman Taseer who called on him late Wednesday night. Nazim Lahore Mian Amir and a few federal ministers were also present in the meeting, which primarily discussed the imminent Punjab Government onslaught on District Nazims in the province. President Zardari said that they would not allow political victimization in the name of accountability of the Nazims and Naib Nazims in Punjab and said that the Governor would monitor the situation as the representative of the Federal Government. The reforms in the District Government System, a brainchild of a dictator, also came under detailed discussion and it was decided that the loopholes in the system would be plugged to make it serve the masses in an efficient fashion. President Asif Ali Zardari said that a detailed report on the changes to be introduced in District Government System be prepared and further directed for taking the input of all the four provincial governments in it to make the system acceptable for and workable in the length and breadth of the country. President Zardari, the sources said, wanted to see the coalition government in the province function smoothly and advised the Governor to develop better working relations with the coalition government led by Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz). The sources further said that certain hawkish elements in Pakistan Peoples Party wanted a showdown with PML(N) in Punjab but President Asif Ali Zardari was not in favour of any confrontation with PML(N) as he thought it detrimental to the whole political dispensation, which was still struggling to hold ground.