Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said Thursday that according to the constitution, political parties were not responsible for ensuring that the orders of the Supreme Court were implemented. Speaking to the media persons here after a ceremony held in connection with World Communication Day, Gilani made a specific reference to the PML-N when making this statement. He said in court orders it was not mentioned that implementation of court verdicts was responsibility of politicians or N-League. When asked by a reporter if he would be resigning, the prime minister replied “who should I give my resignation to?” He added we are following the constitution of the country. It is not enshrined in the Constitution that any political party, especially the N-League will implement Supreme Court orders, said Gilani. He said that a bunch of people did not want to see his face and want to remove him in order to succeed in their conspiracy to hinder the formation of Seraiki province. Seraiki province was the demand of 40 million people and resolutions for the formation of new province have been passed both in National Assembly and Punjab Assembly. He said that government was adamant to create new province. The prime minister said that to overcome the energy crisis and to control loadshedding, government is utilizing all the facilities at hand and trying to control the long hours power breakdown, adding that government has initiated various steps in this regard to pull the country out of crisis. Gilani said that there is no restriction on provinces to produce electricity. He said that government servants who were expelled by Nawaz Sharif were re-appointed by the incumbent governments and steps were take to regularize all those who fell victim to Nawaz government’s biased policies, adding that government was taking steps to regularize the remaining government servants serving on contract. Answering question regarding the appointment of Chief Election Commissioner, the premier said he had sought recommendations from Leader of the Opposition but he denied saying he didn’t accept him the prime minister. Gilani said that parliamentarians have accepted the committee constituted by him and they will also accepts him as PM of the country. Gilani said that parliamentary committee headed by Syed Khurshid Shah would now oversee the issue of appointment of Chief Election Commissioner. Gilani further said that the opposition did not accept him as the prime minister but were willing to sit in committees formed by him. He said that talks with the US over the restoration of Nato supplies were underway, adding that President Zardari has been invited to the Chicago summit unconditionally which president will attend. To a question whether the army would launch operation in North Waziristan, Gilani said that army could take measures against foreign militants on its own.