ISLAMABAD " Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Thursday said that President was part and parcel of the parliament. Responding to the statement of PML-N's MNA, Ahsan Iqbal, who had said on a point of order in the National Assembly that Parliament was the supreme and the only source of power, Prime Minister Gilani said that he agreed with the member and the government was ready to support any constitutional amendment, if brought in the House after consensus, aiming at balance of power between Aiwan-e-Sadr and the Parliament. He, however, said that the President is part and parcel of the Parliament by the very definition of the Parliament. He further said he and the President had full respect for the Parliament, which is comprised of the President, National Assembly and the Senate. Meanwhile, pointing to the activities of banned militant organizations in Punjab, legislators feared that law and order situation in the province might grow worse than that of Swat. PML-Q MNA Shaikh Waqas Akram and PML-N legislator Rashid Akbar Nawani slammed the government for not paying attention to the growing influence of the banned religious organizations in their respective districts. "I am drawing the government's attention to the increasing activities of the banned religious outfits in Jhang District where they have been active for the last four months. But the law enforcement agencies have not taken any notice so far", said Sheikh Waqas Akram while speaking on a point of order in the National Assembly. He further said, "The activities of the banned religious organizations are going on un-checked in Jhang where militants move around in double cabin vehicles with modern and sophisticated weapons. The banned militant organizations have increased their activities in Jhang and the persons from other areas of the country, who are prohibited according to Fourth Schedule to enter any district without prior permission of the authorities, are freely moving in Jhang District". He was of the view that if the government did not nip the evil in the bud, the situation in Punjab too might go out of control like in Swat. PML-N MNA Rashid Akbar Nawani said that police supported the banned outfits in Bhakhar District, where militants even take arms inside police stations. He also said that agencies report everything about the activities of the politicians but turn blind eye to the militants' activities. He warned that the law and order situation in entire Punjab province might become worse than that of the tribal and Swat areas if militants activities remained unchecked. Federal Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination, Raza Rabbani, while responding to a point of order, raised by Chaudhry Mehmood Bashir Virk, said that some elements couldn't digest the re-induction of the poor government employees, who were politically victimized in the past. He said that those employees were recruited according to rules. He also said that their re-induction would cost only Rs 7 billion in three years. Federal Minister for Trade and Commerce Amin Faheem while responding to a calling attention notice regarding import of sub-standard wheat said that the commodity had been imported in line with the procedure set for import of goods and the wheat was tested by an international agency. He, however, said that the government would not commission the agency in future for testing edibles imported from other countries following their failure in the mentioned case. The notice was moved by Rubina Qaim Khani, Mir Munawar Talpur, Nawab Abdul Ghani Talpur, Shamshad Sattar Bachani an Yasmeen Rehman. Answering another calling attention notice moved by Kishwer Zehra, Abdul Rashid Godil, Imrana Saeed Jamil, Sajid Ahmad and Dr Nahid Shahid Ali regarding child labour, Federal Minister for Labour and Manpower, Syed Khurshid Shah said that the menace was on the decline and that government was formulating laws to totally wipe out the evil.