ISLAMABAD - President Pervez Musharraf has started reasserting his inherent powers to maintain strong presidency as on Monday he held separate meetings with the personalities serving as his soft corner both in the government and the opposition. The PML-Q central leader and former chief minister Punjab, Ch Pervaiz Elahi called on President Pervez Musharraf in which according to sources the former suggested the latter to address the Parliament for making his position strong in the incumbent political dispensation. The sources asserted that during his meeting at the Presidential Camp Office, Pervaiz Elahi suggested President Musharraf to address the Parliament, arguing that it would be the responsibility of government to maintain order in the House along with President's security. Pervaiz also ensured the President of his party's firm support in every political scenario. He was of the view that it would make his position strong while President told him that he would certainly review all those aspects. The sources said that in the meeting, the President asked Ch Pervaiz Elahi to support embattled district nazims of the province, who had been deprived of the legal rights after PML-N coming into power in Punjab. Governor Punjab, Salman Taseer also met President Musharraf in which he apprised the President of steps taken by the provincial government to promote the agenda of progress and reconciliation in the country. The meeting between the President and the staunchest PPP governor is being given extraordinary importance in the time, when the wobbly alliance of PPP and PML-N is forwarding towards more uncertain future over the controversy of judicial restoration.   The sources informed TheNation that Salman Taseer in his political capacity would be playing not only a mediatory role between the PPP and the presidency but would also act as pacifier between Musharraf and PML-N. "In the case of reconciliation between Musharraf and PPP, Taseer would use his political strength while achieving the possible presidency-PML-N rapprochement he would utilize his governorship," the sources further told. Our Monitoring Desk adds: Musharraf said there was no room for martial law in the country and he would keep working to strengthen democracy in the country, reports a private TV channel. During a meeting with Pervaiz, President Musharraf said that he could address a joint session of the Parliament. According to sources, the President dispelled reports about his resignation, saying that the Parliament had elected him as the head of state and he would continue to play his constitutional role. Sources also quoted the President as saying that that the Parliament had powers to impeach him and he would accept its decision. He also praised the positive and constructive role played by the Opposition in the Parliament. On this occasion, Ch Pervaiz Elahi assured the President that they would continue their support on all issues, including impeachment.