ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that elected government knows how to resolve the complex national issues and those wishing a clash between institutions would be disappointed. Talking to the parliamentary secretaries at Prime Ministers House Wednesday evening, the prime minister said that judiciary, executive and parliament are part of the constitutional system and all institutions were collectively strengthening the system. The PM said that restoration of democracy was the result of a strenuous nine-year struggle and supreme sacrifice of Benazir Bhutto which they would not let go to waste. He maintained that if all state institutions work within their constitutional ambits, democracy would flourish in the country. Those who spread despondency are doing no service to democracy, he observed, saying that Pakistans democracy could not go into a blind alley. We have democratically elected government and constitutional institutions in place and the elements desirous of clash among institutions continue to make such statements periodically while the people are fed-up with them. The prime minister said that parliamentary secretaries are playing very important role in the parliamentary form of government. He mentioned that most of the present leaders and ministers have served as parliamentary secretaries. Senator Zaheeruddin Babar Awan also briefed the parliamentary secretaries on constitutional matters. The secretaries apprised the prime minister about their working and problems.