OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE-Speaking at Aiwa-n-e-Waqt on Friday, President Zardaris Media Coordinator, Munawar Anju-m said that presidential reference sent to the Supreme Court regarding re-visiting of Z.A Bhutto case was a test case for Chief Justice of Pakistan. He said PPP only wanted to remove a black mark on countrys judiciary by requesting the Supreme Court to re-visit Bhutto case which many have termed a judicial murder. He said even the judges who handed down the controversial judgment have confessed that they were under pressure from the dictator to give a decision of his liking. Munawar said nothing will come out of the NRO case as it will prove to be a futile exercise. He said all institutions should play their role to strengthen democracy. Talking about Shah Mahmood Qureshi, he said that one must remember the fate of Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi, Aftab Sherpao, Mustafa Khar and Sardar Farooq Ahmad Leghari. He said President Zardari was implementing the philosophy of Shaheed Bhutto and Governor Punjab Sardar Latif Khosa was promoting politics of reconciliation in Punjab. He said PPP will not let Punjab government fall in any circumstances. Munawar Anjum also paid tributes to Editor-in-Chief TheNation and Nawa-e-Waqt for propagation and protection of Pakistan Ideology and an effective dissemination of thinking of Qauid-e-Azam and Allama Muhammad Iqbal. He said Majid Nizamis liking for Z.A Bhutto was a historical fact as he had offered his newspaper for propagation of his views when other papers had refused to publish his news under pressure from field Marshal Ayub Khan. Talking about three-year performance of present government, he said that credit went to PPP for 18th and 19th constitutional amendments besides giving a Balochistan Package to resolve issues in that province. He said introduction of BISP and substantial increase in support price of wheat were also among its achievements. He said PPP did not want confrontation among state institutions. He said there will be no long or short March while ruling out the possibility of an interim set up headed by technocrats.