LAHORE - Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani Sunday rejected speculations of martial law and the caretaker setup [to replace the current political dispensation], saying that no conspiracy to dislodge the government would succeed. There is no room for technocrats, caretakers or 'chair-takers in the system, he remarked while talking to newsmen at the marriage ceremony of former SCBA President Asma Jehangirs daughter Sulema here at a local hotel. PPP believed in democracy and other political forces never contemplated or supported such anti-democracy ideas, replied Mr Gilani when asked to comment on the rumours regarding possible change in the democratic setup in the wake of memo controversy. About his recent meeting with the army chief, the prime minister described it as positive and based on national interest. The PM had said the other day that the army and executive were on the same page on the memo issues and there was no confrontation between the two on the matter. He had also said that judiciary was pro-democracy. Later, while talking to famous singer and social worker Abrar-ul-Haq, who along with Malik Murad Abbas, Malik Arshad, Brig (r) Mumtaz Iqbal and Shahid Chaudhry called on him at State Guest House here, the premier said that democracy would not only stay but would also get strengthened by every passing day. Mr Gilani, however, saw conspiracies by some elements, which he did not name, against the democratic government, and said they were aimed at avoiding the March 2012 Senate polls. But he was confident that one of these would succeed. He said Senate elections would definitely be held as per schedule. Terming memo conspiracy a non-issue, the prime minister said giving undue importance to such non-issues had put the countrys integrity at stake. On President Asif Zardari, Mr Gilani said that Article-47 could not be invoked against the president, as he was recovering fast and would assume his official responsibilities very soon. He also dropped a hint at the possibility of presidents early return, saying that he might reach Pakistan well before the martyrdom anniversary of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto on December 27.