LAHORE - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Saturday has said that PPP-led government has very clear stance over 17th Amendment and 58-2(B) as the PPP was never the part of the process when this amendment was passed. Quoting President Asif Zardari, Prime Minister Gilani said we would support any bill moved in the house through consensus. He was talking to journalists after addressing the 6th Convocation of Lahore College for Woman University here on Saturday. The prime minister on the question of assigning new responsibilities of looking after the Finance Ministry to Parnab Mukhar Jee by the Indian government he said it was the internal matter of India. Earlier speaking in the university he said women were serving in all walks of life as they were parliamentarians, speakers and deputy speaker and he wished that they (women) should be assigned the responsibility of the office of President of Pakistan. The prime minister appreciated the role of LCWU for imparting quality education to women. He said women have their due role in national building and it was the policy of PPP to empower the women. Gilani announced Rs50 million for the development of the university and also Rs500,000 each for the two girls students who stood first in their exams. In the end when the attention of Prime Minister was drawn about implementation of his announcement regarding setting up of Dr Hijazi Chair, he directed the Governor who was present on the occasion to make necessary arrangement in this regard to acknowledge the remarkable achievements of most distinguished, learned and celebrated teacher. The prime minister told the Governor that Prof Dr Miskeen Ali Hijazi had been his teacher and he was personally inspired by his leadership qualities and thriving guidance. No threat to Punjab govt: 'N' leader PML-N (Women Wing) Punjab Vice President and MPA Zaib Jaffar have said that there is no threat to the Punjab government and neither we would beg to save it. She expressed these views while talking to party workers here on Saturday. The PML-N leader said that no government could deter us from our principal stance. She said our party is still stuck to its stance of reinstatement of deposed Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Ch and we would continue our struggle till the restoration of judiciary. She said we want fulfilment of charter of democracy and all the promises made from February 18. She said we have no ministries or any government office and Pakistan comes first for us, On Jan 24 we would accord a warm welcome to Ch Iftikhar upon his arrival in Lahore. Zaib Jaffar said suggested that all the challenges faced by the country could only be addressed by the restoration of 1973's constitution in its real spirit and with the establishment of sovereign judiciary and supreme parliament in the country. She said after the 18th February polls PML-N demanded from the incumbents to announce annulment of all the negative legislation for the restoration of the constitution in its real spirit that was undertaken in connection of 3rd November 2007's unconstitutional initiatives. She also maintained that without the annulment of 17th amendment the dreams of real parliamentarian system and supreme Parliament could not be realised.