LAHORE - Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that PPP and PML-N have equally suffered under the dictatorship of General Pervez Musharraf, and there is only a difference of opinion between the two over mode of former dictators trial. Talking to media at the residence of Deputy Chairman Planning Commission, Sardar Aseff Ahmed Ali in Kachhi Kothi area here on Sunday, the PM said that both parties had been victim of dictatorship in the past, as their leadership faced exile and hardships in jails for a long time. The PM visited the residence of Sardar Aseff to condole with him the death of his mother. He said it was during Pervez Musharrafs rule that PPP lost its supreme leader Benazir Bhutto Shaheed, while other party leaders too faced hardships including imprisonment. Replying to a question about trial of Pervez Musharraf, the PM said that despite having same feelings against Musharraf, there was difference of opinion between the two parties, but only on the mode of his trial. He admitted that PPP and PML-N had not yet evolved consensus over the issue in question. Talking about the friendly nature of relations between the leadership of the two parties, PM Gilani observed, We are having very good relations with PML-N leaders from the day one, and we are like friends and brothers. He said he had not lost contact with Nawaz Sharif despite differences over Musharrafs trial. To a question about sugar crisis in the country, Gilani said the government had recently taken a decision to overcome the problem, which would be over within days. When asked that sugar was still not available at the rate fixed by the government, the PM said that 100 per cent results could not be achieved on the very first of implementation of a decision. He, however, assured that things would be streamlined within a few days and people would get relief on this count very soon. Gilani said he was constantly in touch with President Asif Ali Zardari, Punjab Chief Minister, Mian Shahbaz Sharif and other leaders of PML-N on all important issues including the sugar crisis. Responding to a question about terrorism, he said terrorists were fast losing ground, and the day was not far when they would be totally eliminated from countrys soil. To another question about the much-talked about 'minus-one formula, Gilani said present government was a democratic one and there was no room for any minus-one formula in democracy.