Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Friday said that those who have benefited from the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) should voluntarily resign from their positions, a private TV reported. Addressing the Senate, Prime Minister Gilani said he had requested the Establishment Division to produce the list of NRO beneficiaries who working on government positions. On one had you want safe repatriation of Dr Aafia and on the other hand you want to divide the Parliament that consisted of President, Senate and National Assembly, Gilani said while addressing the Senate on Friday. The PM emphasised the supremacy of the Parliament wherein the President is an essential part of it and as such no case be initiated against him in any foreign country. The President enjoys immunity as per the Constitution - Constitution, which has been made by the Parliament itself and only it can take it away, the Premier maintained. The PM asked how could the President prosecuted in any foreign country as he is the supreme commander of the Armed forces and is an indivisible part of the Parliament. Referring to the rumours in the air regarding change in government set-up, the PM said that the government has completed two and a half years term and as much time is left, Take him (President) after that, the PM added. PM Gilani has said that respect is not necessary for the Supreme Court only, others institutions and Parliament also required it. Give equal reverence to Parliament and other institutions, the PM advised. The prime minister said that Pakistan has been achieved by the politicians and only they could salvage it. He lamented that a nasty propaganda has been unleashed against the elected representatives while the people tolerated the dictators for a decade. Regarding Dr Aafia, he assured her safe repatriation at the earliest.