LAHORE - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has asserted that those who endured dictatorship for 10 years should also tolerate democracy in the country. He made this observation while reacting to Nawaz Sharifs outburst wherein he had decried the performance of the President and the Prime Minister. Talking to reporters here Friday after attending a conference organised by Beaconhouse School System (BSS) at a local hotel, Gilani said Nawazs comments could be his personal opinion but not a reality as, blaming democratic governments was not something new but a part of traditions set by our predecessors. Citing the past events, he said Nawaz was shown the door twice due to corruption and other charges; similarly the government of Benazir Bhutto was also ended on the same charges. According to him, democratic governments have always had to face such charges. To a question, he said he has very good relations with the judiciary and why you people (reporters) want to create differences. He said during last general elections no political party could win thumping majority in Parliament. 'We are pursuing reconciliatory policy, and we took steps like NFC Award and 18th Amendment, he added. He said the present government, after passage of 110 years, has announced to include Kala Dhaka in the settled areas which was in the tribal belt in the past. To a question about the interference of the Army in power politics, he said: 'Pakistan Army is my own Army and it will not interfere in governments affairs. Earlier, addressing the conference 'School of Tomorrow: Freedom to Learn, the Prime Minister appreciated the role played by Beaconhouse School System and The Educator and said these schools were imparting good education to the children belonging to all walks of life. He also appreciated the performance of students shown in A-Level and Matric. In his welcome address, Chief Executive of BSS Qasim Kasuri said School of Tomorrow was a system different from a traditional one wherein a student could get control of his studies in his own hands. Chairperson BSS Begum Nasreen Kasuri expressed the hope that awareness achieved through this conference would be complied so that teachers, trainers and educators could benefit from it. On the first day, educationists of international repute attended the conference and highlighted the topic.