LAHORE-While asking the people to wait for PPP call for a Long March, the Co-Chairman PPP , Asif Ali Zardari on Monday said the day was not far when PPP would show its presence in the Presidency. 'The day is not far when Jeay Bhutto slogans would echo in the Presidency, and PPP would show its presence there', he said while addressing the charged PPP workers at first-ever public gathering held at Governor's House. Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, Senior Minister Raja Riaz, former MPA, Samiullah Khan and other party leaders were present on the occasion. Zardari dispelled the impression that PPP leadership was weak or exhausted, saying, that it was waiting for the right time to strike when the iron gets hot. 'Soon you would see a man like Salman Taseer in the Presidency', he told the audience. Ridiculing the recent long march by lawyers, Zardari asked party workers to wait for PPP call for a long march, which, he said, would be a Long March in the real sense and not just a fair that could be staged by anybody. He, however, did not explain the purpose behind giving the said call for a Long March by the PPP, and thus left it open to guess by anybody. 'It's only the PPP which knows how and when to organise a Long March as no political party except the PPP has the spirit and courage infused in it by party founder Z.A Bhutto and Shaheed Benazir Bhutto', he maintained. He said PPP was waiting for the right time to take important decisions, but this should not be construed as its weakness. He said PPP would avenge the murder of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto by bringing democracy in the country. We would save Pakistan in the name of Benazir Bhutto, he added. Talking about celebrating BB's birthday on June 21, Zardari said he and other party leaders would mark the day every year by donating blood at Garhi Khuda Bakhsh. Addressing a dinner reception hosted by Punjab Governor Salman Taseer at Governor House in honour of senior party members belonging to Punjab, Zardari said that his party wanted to send the dictator home, and had made it clear to the entire world that it believed in supremacy of the parliament and wanted to see complete democracy in the country. He said that country could not afford any discord at the moment, and hence the PPP had kept the door of dialogue open. It was better for the dictator to leave, benefiting this window of opportunity being provided to him, he asserted. Zardari vowed to get rid of the dictator very soon, and added that time was not far when slogans of "Jiye Bhutto" and "Zinda hai BB, Zinda Hai" would echo in the presidential palace. PPP Secretary-General Jehangir Badar and Advisor to Prime Minister Mian Manzoor Ahmad Wattoo were also present on the occasion. Earlier, Zardari presided over a meeting of party's provincial ministers and MPAs from Punjab at Governor House to get first hand knowledge of coalition government's functioning in the province. Senior Minister Raja Riaz briefed Zardari about PPP's provincial minister's working relationship with the PML-N leaders, and the problems being faced by them in this regard. He also asked him to resolve the longstanding issue of distribution of some key ministries between the coalition partners. It is to be noted that PPP and the PML-N are having dispute over two key ministries of health and C&W. Both are laying their claim on the two departments.