KARACHI Pakistan Peoples Party Central Executive Committee member Nafees Siddiqui on Friday stressed that PPP ministers who benefited from NRO should step down for the sake of the party. Addressing a Press conference, the former PPP Sindh general secretary said the SC judgement could not affect President Asif Zardari because of the constitutional immunity. He did not see any conspiracy against the President and said that the Supreme Court judgement on NRO was not against any individual. He maintained collision among institutions would not benefit the country and asked the patriotic, progressive, nationalist and democratic forces to come forward and play their role to strengthen the democracy. He termed the judiciary and media important pillars of a democratic society, saying that the civil society role for the establishment of a democratic society was also considerable. Commenting on Shaheed Benazir Bhuttos initiative for reconciliation, Nafees Siddiqui elaborated that reconciliation didnt mean government alliances rather it was aimed at taking all the institutions onboard and unite all the forces on a common ground. The PPP stalwart supported the accountability of all those who had looted and plundered the national exchequer, saying that there was no confusion and ambiguity in the SC verdict. He said through review petition, the halting of SC judgment implementation was not in favour of the country rather its implementation would strengthen the government. Democracy is not the name of individuals, democracy is the name of institutions and democratic institutions are superior than individuals, he maintained. He warned that delaying implementation on the superior court judgment would push the country towards confrontation among institutions. He underlined the need for immediate implementation on the SC judgment. The PPP CEC member said that people thought to strengthen the country through supporting media, judiciary, democracy and Army. There is prime need to strengthen the parliament, media, judiciary, armed forces and civil society for lasting peace in the region, for winning war against terrorism and checking extremism, he claimed, adding that it would strengthen the democracy in the country. According to him he and some other aides were working to establish a think tank to address all such issues. He maintained that in 2000 slain PPP chairperson Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto had prompted him to establish a think tank Centre for Development of Democracy. He said he wanted to include political thinkers belonging to various forces in the think tank in order to address the issues faced by their parties to strengthen the institutions.