PESHAWAR (APP) - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Thursday said the government believed in the politics of reconciliation and was taking along opposition and coalition partners in its endeavours for the countrys interest. Addressing the members of PPP parliamentary party here on a day-long visit to the provincial metropolis, Gilani said his government was taking forward the vision of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto to follow the politics of harmony and strengthen the democracy. He said that unlike the past, his government believed in moving forward by taking along the opposition in all areas for the greater good of the country and people. He stressed upon the politicians belonging to different parties for getting used of living with each other amicably. He said the government believed in coming up with development projects having an impact on the people of their particular constituencies. He said with improvement of law and order, greater investment will pour in with generation of increased economic activity. He said the Damage Need Assessment of the terrorism-affected areas of the NWFP had been completed and with the assistance of the Friends of Democratic Pakistan and other donors, the people will soon witness a positive change. He said the military operation was no solution to terrorism and extremism, and it were the people who needed to step forward and decide about their future. He said the success in military operation could not be considered completed until the winning of the hearts of people. He also paid rich tributes to the people of the province for being the front line in Pakistans war against terror and for rendering numerous sacrifices. He said it was the dividend of democracy that the Prime Minister was elected unanimously by the National Assembly and many resolutions and the budget too were approved in a similar manner. Regarding the forthcoming local bodies polls, he said on the recommendations of the Chief Ministers, it was decided that a similar system would be adopted in all the provinces. He stressed the need for showing flexibility and for pursuing the idea of accommodating each other to ensure that the democratic system flourishes in the country. He said there was nothing that was not doable and would find a solution to the problems being faced by the PPP parliamentarians. Gilani said it was not only the prime minister who should deliver, but every member of the party had the responsibility to follow the manifesto to effectively complete the governments five-year tenure.