GUJRAT Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday said the PPP was upholding the principle of reconciliatory politics so as to safeguard the public mandate with the help of which the government would uproot terrorism and end loadshedding as well as inflation from the country. Gilani was addressing the death anniversary of Sir Fazal Ali, a politician and educationist of the British rule who had laid the foundation of many institutions in Gujrat, at Government Zamindar Post Graduate College. Commenting on nationalisation of educational institutions during the PPP reign in 1970s, he said the policy could have been wrong and any wrong thing should be acknowledged for reformation. We will not progress if we do not confess the wrong policies. I also tell the Punjab Chief Minister to review such decisions to get them right, he said. He said the PPP was cognizant of terror menace, which had proved hazardous for the country, but his party would steer the country out of the troubled waters. The Prime Minister said all the provincial governments were working in close liaison with the federal government, and they would construct houses for 20 million people displaced by recent floods across the country. He also rued the fact that the devastating floods had caused colossal loss to the economy. He lauded the services of late Sir Fazal Ali, saying he had kindled a beacon of light in the British colonial period when education for a Muslim was a distant dream. Gilani also assured to give Rs 50 million grant to University of Gujrat. Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said he was deeply honoured for attending the event, adding that Sir Fazals services in the field of education would never be forgotten. He said he would follow the prime ministers directives for the uplift of Government Zamindar College. APP adds: Prime Minister Gilani said the people had given mandate to the PPP and it would work with others for the welfare of people despite the differences of party manifesto and ideology. He said after completion of poverty survey under the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), concessions would be given to poor people in school fees, electricity and gas bills while provision of health and life insurance had also been planned.