ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Sherry Rehman Tuesday said that Pakistan People's Party was not in need of any horse-trading as its presidential candidate Asif Ali Zardari was already enjoying overwhelming majority in the poll. "The development made during the last two days has proved that PPP's presidential candidate enjoys top position. Zardari also enjoys support of PML-F, MQM, JUI-F, ANP, JI, independent MPs and parliamentarians from FATA who have unanimously favoured him," she said while addressing a joint press conference along with Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Information and Broadcasting, Azeem Daultana, here at Press Information Department. She further said that Zardari wanted to further strengthen the Parliament and the sovereignty of other institutions. Talking about the 17th Amendment, she said that the fate of 17th Amendment would be decided in consultation with the other political parties. "The decision-making authority is not limited to only one person, as happened in the past, rather the entire democratic forces will collectively exercise the practice," she said. She also expressed her total ignorance about the reopening of NAB cases against Mian Nawaz Sharif. The Minister said that PML-N was still allied to the government and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza wished PML-N to rejoin the federal cabinet. Earlier, Sherry made it clear that there was no political vendetta against the PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif stressing that PPP didn't believe in politics of vengeance. She said the Prime Minister had already stated in the Parliament that the institution of NAB had been used for political victimisation and the PPP government was taking measures to wind it up. "Almost all the political parties are supporting Zardari as President of the country," she said while talking to the media persons at the Parliament House and added that Zardari was a symbol of Federation and PPP would sweep the presidential poll. While replying a question, she said PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari was neither a military general nor a bureaucrat, rather he was a political figure and was enjoying support of the people. To another question regarding resignation by Asif Ali Zardari from party leadership, she said the party would decide either he should resign or not. "There is no constitutional obligation that one must quit from party leadership after becoming President," she added. Sherry said that a clear majority would elect Asif Ali Zardari, as three provincial assemblies in the country had already passed resolutions giving him full support, therefore, there was no hurdle in his sweeping the presidential election. Sherry said that every political party had a right to field its candidate and the government would not favour the trend of horse-trading. She claimed that many members belonging to PML-Q and PML-N were supporting and favouring PPP without any pressure. Sherry also said that edible items would be provided at all Utility Stores outlets at subsidised rates in the holy month of Ramazan. She said a surveillance committee headed by Minister for Finance would ensure the provision of edible items at controlled rates. To a question regarding suspension of military operation in tribal areas, she said the operation had been suspended in respect of the Ramazan. "The suspension of military operation doesn't mean that government is negotiating with terrorist elements." She said the displaced people of Bajaur were returning and during the last few days over 150,000 people had returned to their homes.