ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that implementation of 18th amendment will be ensured to strengthen the democratic institutions in the country. The former chairman of the Implementation Commission Senator Raza Rabbani and former federal minister Raja Pervez Ashraf called on Gilani at the PM House on Sunday and discussed with him issues pertaining to the devolution process, the overall political situation in the country and party matters. Senator Rabbani briefed the prime minister about his recent visit to UK along with the delegation of the Implementation Commission. The delegation had visited Britain on the invitation of British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Rabbani told the prime minister that they shared Pakistans experience of devolution with the British officials and discussed the process of UKs planned devolution course. The senator also discussed with the PM the matters relating to the former employees of the commission. In his meeting with Raja Pervez Ashraf, Gilani urged the parliamentarians to keep close contacts with the public to solve their problems. He asked the lawmakers to supervise themselves the ongoing development projects in their constituencies to take full economic advantage of these schemes. Ashraf briefed the prime minister about the progress on various development schemes launched in the northern Punjab. The two leaders also discussed the existing political situation and the party matters during the meeting, besides pondering on the matters of party organisation.