ISLAMABAD - Tacitly denying the trial of General (r) Pervez Musharraf under Article 6 of the Constitution, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Wednesday said that PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had time and again said that democracy was the best revenge, adding quickly that he (Gilani) would be the first person to support the trial of former president if National Assembly unanimously demanded so. Talking on the floor of the Lower House, Prime Minister Gilani said that his party chairman Bilawal had already stated in the meeting of Central Working Committee that PPP had taken revenge from Musharraf by establishing democratic rule in the country. We have taken revenge from General (r) Musharraf through democracy and now it is our responsibility to help flourish the democratic process in the country, the Premier quoted Bilawal. Gilani said that he had remained behind the bars for over five years but when he became the Prime Minister, he in his maiden speech in the National Assembly forgave all those who had sent him to jail. He said the judiciary had played its role and now the ball was in the court of the Parliament. In spite of the statement of the PPP Chairperson if a resolution is presented with consensus for the trial of Musharraf, I will be the first person to support it, he said. He said that for the first time in the history of Pakistan, he became Prime Minister with consensus of all political parties including PML-N, ANP, MQM, JUI-F and PML-Q. These parties had given me vote of confidence and the whole House elected me unanimously. Now it is my responsibility to take all of them into confidence in this regard, he said. He urged all the parties to strengthen democracy in the country. APP adds: "Now for me, it is obligatory to take all the partners into confidence (on the issue)", he said and added the Leader of the Opposition will also endorse me on the view that any single party in the House did not have the required majority to gest this resolution passed. "Our position is also strong because all of you. Any single party cannot get the resolution approved from the House." Meanwhile, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Mutahidda Qaumi Movement (MQM) parliamentarians traded harsh words on the floor of the Lower House Wednesday evening and at some point it seemed that the House had turned into fish market as members were not ready to listen to the Speakers request for calm and peace. The verbal brawl triggered with the scathing criticism unleashed by Leader of Opposition Ch Nisar Ali Khan on MQM policies. He claimed that a military operation had been conducted against that party (MQM) in 1992 but it accepted the ministries and joined the same government, which had launched military Operation against it. According to Ch Nisar, MQM was created by former president General Ziaul Haq. MQM is coalition partner of the government but it is sitting on the Opposition benches. This party remained five times in powers. General (R) Naseer Ullah Babar of PPP launched operation against this party but now it is sitting with the same party in the government, he said. He further accused that MQM raised slogans against those who did not take them on board in power. The MQM supported General (Retd) Musharraf when he was in power, but the very moment he got out of power it also changed sides and joined hands with Asif Ali Zardari, Nisar said. He also said that the PPP government should come out clear on the trial of Musharraf under Article 6. On a point of order, Ch Nisar Ali Khan said that Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharraf should be tried under Article-6 of the Constitution in the light of the Supreme Courts verdict which had termed the imposition of Nov 3, 2007 emergency as unlawful and unconstitutional. He said that Supreme Court had made it clear that Musharraf violated the Constitution so he must be tried under Article-6 of the Constitution. Now the Parliament should play its role in that regard, he said. He said under the 1973 Constitution, only government can invoke the Article 6 to try the former president Pervez Musharraf. He said that the subsequent clause of the Article 6 clearly stated that no other than the government could invoke the said Article. He recalled the speech of former Prime Minister Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto after passage of the 1973 Constitution in which he had said, Legislation is made for its implementation not for keeping it as a showpiece. He said PML-N had time and again offered the government to bring a resolution in the House for the trial of former dictator Musharraf under the Article 6. Ch Nisar said PML-N did not have the required number in the House to pass the resolution even by the simple majority. He said the Supreme Court of Pakistan in its decision had clearly declared the November 3, 2007 steps of the former president as unconstitutional. Now, it is up to the Parliament to play its role for initiating trial of the dictator by invoking Article 6 of the Constitution, he added. Leader of the Opposition said that previously unconstitutional steps were being supported and indemnified but this time the apex court had declared steps of the dictator 'unconstitutional. Commenting on press reports about minus-1 formula, he demanded of the government to inform the House who was behind the conspiracy, adding What is the background and who is talking about minus-one formula and who is conspiring. He reiterated to protect the democratic system and the House at any cost. Parliamentary leader of MQM Syed Haider Abbas Razvi while replying to the Opposition Leader said that the people had given mandate to his party and they were elected representatives of the people. He said that the MQM wanted to forget the past and move forward with the spirit of reconciliation to strengthen the democratic institutions in the country. He said that it was PML-N which had launched operation against MQM but after its leadership had apologised from its Quaid Altaf Hussain and had paid compensation for all those who had lost their lives in the operation. He said that they had forgiven them for the sake of the country and future of democracy. He claimed that still there were 28 missing workers of MQM and it was later admitted in the standing committee by the then government that they had buried these persons in the Margalla Hills. He said that the Article 6 should be invoked but all those who had supported it and had any role in toppling of any political government in the country in the past should be brought to justice. We want to forget the past and want reconciliation to strengthen democracy in the country, he added. He said that the PML-N imposed Governors Rule and dismissed the MQM government and killed its 300 workers. He said that 15,000 workers of MQM were killed. For the first time MQM workers were kidnapped and they were buried in Margalla Hills, he said. PML-Q leader Amir Muqam terming the issue of invoking Article 6 as non-issue said that the real issues like terrorism, loadshedding, price hike should be taken up for debate in the House. He said that all the ordinances referred by the apex court to the Parliament including NRO should be tabled before the Lower House for debate so that people could see the real face of all those who had embezzled the public money.