LAHORE (APP) - Federal Law Minister Dr Babar Awan has said victory of the Pakistan Peoples Party in by-polls reflects confidence of the masses in policies of President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani. He said this while addressing the celebrations by workers of the PPP, the Peoples Lawyers Forum and office-bearers of several bar associations at the Governors House here on Sunday. He said some people had declared the elections as a referendum, adding they should learn from the by-polls that President Zardari is the best among all. He said the PPP would also win the next elections, adding the people were politically more aware now. The masses have rejected the media trial of the PPP leadership in by-polls, he said. He said the nation had invited political parties to participate in by-elections which announced long marches in general elections and allowed them to prove their popularity through elections. People decide about the popularity of political parties and election is the best way to judge it, he said. He said no one could defeat the PPP whenever elections were held free and fair. The minister congratulated the masses, PPP workers and winning candidates Jamshed Dasti and Asghar Jutt and said decision taken by the public could never be wrong, adding the real power was parliament that represented the people. He said participation of the public in elections, even in a hot weather, had proved confidence of the masses in the parliament. He said people-friendly policies of the government would strengthen constitutional institutions. He said vision of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Shaheed and Benazir Bhutto Shaheed would always decide the political roadmap of Pakistan. Todays democracy was a result of the federal constitutional system introduced by the PPP leadership, he further said. He said elements who worshipped capitalist forces did not want poor people get Roti, Kapra and Makan, adding these elements were conspiring against democracy and welcomed dictators. He said final victory was for the people and the PPP would continue fighting a war for rights of the masses. PPP leaders Munir Ahmad Khan and Azizur Rehman Chan were also present.