ISLAMABAD Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Malik Amad Ahmad Khan Wednesday said that the violation of Pakistan's borders by the NATO forces would be taken up in the next tripartite meeting of Pakistani Army Chief with his Afghan and NATO counterparts. Malik Amad Ahmad Khan told the National Assembly during question hour that violation of Pakistan's borders by the NATO forces would be raised in the next meeting. To another question, the Minister said Pakistan intends to have friendly, cooperative and good neighbourly relations with India and wants resumption of composite dialogue process to settle all outstanding issues. He said as a result of peace process and composite dialogue, there was a significant improvement in the atmosphere between the two countries but it is unfortunate that India suspended this dialogue process after Mumbai terrorist attacks in 2008. However, Pakistan is determined to resume this process as Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said time and again that both India and Pakistan have no way but to resume dialogue to resolve issues. Regarding relations with Afghanistan, the Minister of State said "Our relations have improved tremendously and bilateral cooperation in various fields has been increased significantly." Minister of State for Railways Afzal Sandhu informed the House that efforts are underway to rehabilitate Pakistan Railways and make it once again viable and reliable mode of travelling both for passengers and goods transportation. To a question, he said the federal government has distributed ten thousand tractors under Benazir Tractor Scheme through balloting in transparent manner throughout the country. Parliamentary Secretary for Health Dr Mahreen Razaque Bhutto informed the House during question hour that the Centre will be completed at a cost of thirty-nine million rupees in three years. She said an Allergy Centre to diagnose allergy and provision of vaccine is already working at the National Institute of Health while the federal government has also arranged treatment facility of allergy at PIMS, Polyclinic, Capital Hospital, KRL, NESCOM and Shifa International Hospital. State Minister for Railways Afzal Sindhu informed the National Assembly that revenue of Pakistan Railways has been decreased from Rs.70 million to Rs.25 million and the department is already running into deficit. Responding to a question, Sindhu said that the ministry has no plan to launch new trains, adding that the lack of locomotives was a reason and the current situation of railway is not satisfactory.