ISLAMABAD - Parliamentary Committee on National Security will take up NATO attack and memo issues here on Thursday (today) and will initiate work on formulating recommendations to draw specific 'red lines' to guide Pak-US relations in future. Sources in the committee informed TheNation that the committee, which would initiate its deliberations under the chair of Senator Mian Raza Rabbani, would initially take up the NATO attack on Pakistan Army check posts in Mohmand Agency and come up with the recommendations to the government to guide the future Pak-US relations. The sources in the committee were of the view that they would definitely be requiring a few meetings to work out these recommendations and it was wrong impression that the committee would come up with recommendations in a day. Some top officials from security agencies and Ministry of Foreign Affairs would likely to brief the committee members on NATO strikes and the steps they had taken so far in this connection including the blockade of NATO supply route and boycott of Bonn conference. The sources in the committee said that they would first take up the issue of NATO air strikes and then the memo controversy. The report of the committee would be presented to the Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani who would then summon the Joint Session of the Parliament to have threadbare discussion on it and then the government would revisit its relations with United States in the light of the collective wisdom of the Parliament. It may be recalled that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani himself attended the meeting of the committee and took into confidence about the situation arising out of the NATO attack and the steps taken by the government in return.