KARACHI - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that Pakistan's stance has been accepted in new US policy for Afghanistan aimed at fighting militancy. Speaking to newsmen after attending an award distribution ceremony at NAPA here on Friday, he said that US President Obama talked about regional cooperation in his new Afghan policy. "Obama has admitted that few elements are spreading terrorism in the region," he said. The prime minister said that nobody should have any doubt about loyalty of tribal people with the country. To a question, he said that PPP was committed to the implementation of Charter of Democracy and 17th Amendment. He further said that the government was not in favour of governor rule in Punjab. The PM said that world has acknowledged Pakistan's stance that terrorism and extremism could only be eliminated through dialogue and and development. Military operation is no solution to the problem, he added. "Obama has admitted that few elements are spreading terrorism in the region," he said. The prime minister said that nobody should have any doubt in the loyalty of tribal people with the country and only handful elements were involved in terrorist activities. He hoped that tribal people would help the government in weeding out such elements from the area. Yousuf Raza Gilani said that President had consulted him before imposing Governor's rule in Punjab for two months and it will be lifted after consultation with him. Replying a question about impending drone attacks in Balochistan, the Prime Minister said that he would not comment on the issue as the quarters, churning out such propaganda, were themselves contradicting it. He strongly condemned suicide attack in a mosque in Khyber agency. Replying to another query, the Prime Minister said there were no differences between the provinces.