ISLAMABAD - Without mincing words, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said on Monday evening that government had no intentions to bring any amendment in the blasphemy laws recalling that it was the Zulfikar Ali Bhuttos government that had introduced these laws. Talking to a group of Parliamentarians who called on him in his chamber in the Parliament House, the Prime Minister reiterated his governments policy to take all the political partners on board while taking decisions on issues carrying importance for the entire nation. Referring to the rehabilitation of flood affectees, he said the government distributed Smart Cards among the affectees within a record time. The affectees have got Rs. 20,000 per family through their respective provincial governments and the federal government will disburse the remaining amount of Rs. 80,000 among the provinces soon, he underlined. The Prime Minister urged the parliamentarians to focus on the completion of ongoing development schemes in their respective constituency. He asked them to monitor reconstruction schemes of the flood-ravaged areas. The parliamentarians included Syed Khurshied Shah, Minister for Religious Affairs, Makhdoom Amin Fahim, Minister for Commerce, Senator Jan Jamali, Deputy Chairman Senate, Pervaiz Khattak, Minister for Irrigation, KPK, and MNAs Aabdul Majeed Khan, Malik Shakir Bashir Awan and Noor Alam Khan.