Prime Minister, Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani has said that it is the tragedy of Pakistan that politicians faces accountability but military dictators never faced it. Talking to editors of National Newspapers and representatives of electronic media at Circuit House Multan on Sunday, the Prime Minister said that only political people should not be targeted. The Prime Minister said that corruption was reported more in dictatorship as compare to democracy but military dictators Ayub Khan, Zia-ul-Haq and Pervez Musharraf were not made accountable for their misdeeds Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani has dispelled the impression that the incumbent government of PPP is not respecting verdicts of the Supreme Court. The Prime Minister said that the government is taking effective measures to control energy crisis and elimination of unemployment and poverty, adding PPP has saved the country from turning into a failed state. Responding to a question, the Prime Minister said that after 18th Amendment, the powers of all institutions have been limited and now, no institution would cross its limits. The Prime Minister invited Quaid PML-N, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif to come into the Parliament as PPP believes on politics to be based on reconciliation. He said that Nawaz Sharif has the right to criticize policies of the government. Answering another question, he said that The South Punjab has been ignored for the last 63 years and all development projects to be completed in Multan. On war on terror, the Prime Minister lauded sacrifices of Pakistan Army and said that the whole world praised the role rendered by Pakistan against the menace of terrorism. He said that there was no support to Pervez Musharraf on war on terror but the incumbent government of PPP has support of people of the country. The Prime Minister said that Kalabagh Dam could become an asset for the country and he was not against its construction. He, however, urged that national consensus is needed in this regard. On Seraiki province, the Prime Minister said that he is not against it but the current situation does not allow the creation of any new province.