ISLAMABAD-Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that military operation was not the only option to deal with Swat unrest and government was busy looking into other options to bring normalcy to the region. Addressing a press conference here at Prime Minister's House Sunday evening primarily to inform the nation about the support Pakistan had secured on economic front and the country's role in the ongoing war on terror during his visit to World Economic Forum at Davos, where he met with world leaders. Premier Gilani, besides briefing media about his visit to Davos also talked about host of issues including the political issues facing the country. About the controversial 17th Constitutional Amendment, Premier Gilani said PPP also wanted to do away with controversial parts of the amendment and added that he had also suggested to President Asif Ali Zardari to constitute a committee to review the draft amendment so that consensus could be evolved on the issue. About the draft of constitutional amendments submitted by the PML(N), Gilani said several options were being considered to study the various proposals being put forward and to achieve a consensus. To a question about Mian Nawaz Sharif, he said that he did not need any messenger because he had quite cordial relations with the PML-N Quaid, and could approach him any time. Responding to a question about unrest in Swat Gilani said, "Swat is as important for me as Multan," and added that serious efforts were underway to resolve the matter by adopting all possible means. To a question about the situation in Swat and the migration of the locals, Gilani said he was constantly in touch both with the federal and provincial security agencies to resolve the issue. He said the government was fully cognizant of the sensitivity of the situation and desired a solution, without any collateral damage. To a question about the Indo-Pak relations in the backdrop of Mumbai attacks, Premier Gilani said that the relations with India had changed altogether after the Mumbai incident and now Pakistan had completed the investigation into the Mumbai attacks and would soon formally respond to the Indian dossier. PM Gilani said there was tremendous pressure from the Indian public on its government causing bitterness in the ties between the two countries. He said Pakistan always desired better ties with India and pointed out that it enjoyed cordial ties with Iran and Afghanistan. "I assure the world, the media and the government and people of India that the dossier has been investigated and has been forwarded to Ministry of Justice and after their approval I will take you into confidence," he added. The Prime Minister, when asked about the statement by Pakistan's High Commissioner in London, regarding the Mumbai probe, said "At times people are not performing their duties but are doing duties of others." He said he had already instructed his ministers not to interfere in matters related to others. He said he was very strict about it and said he sought an explanation from Pakistan's High Commissioner to UK Wajid Shamsul Hassan and was satisfied with his response. Gilani said Pakistan gained significantly at the diplomatic level with his visit to Davos as it provided an opportunity to the country to express its point of view on various global issues forcefully. He said it was also an occasion to interact with other world leaders and apprise them about Pakistan's point of view on important global and regional issues. About the Kashmir issue, Gilani said in his meetings with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Pakistan always expressed the desire to seek a resolution of the issue. He said both the countries needed to work towards resolving the core issue. He said injustices and denial of rights creates problems that must be addressed. To a question he said the President had already denied issuing any statement regarding the lawyers and said Pakistan People's Party was at the forefront in their struggle and had rendered numerous sacrifices for their cause. He said Justice Iftikhar was released not because of any movement, rather it was because of his order that he issued soon after taking the vote of confidence from the National Assembly. Prime Minister said that at the World Economic Forum, the world leadership had appreciated Pakistan's stand that terrorism could not be defeated with use of force. "To defeat this menace, negotiation and developmental strategies should be implemented in the terror-torn areas," he observed. He said that the world leaders were also in conformity with Pakistan on the negative impact of drone attacks inside Pakistan and said that Pakistan Government was already in the process of making new US administration realize that these attacks were counterproductive to the efforts being made to root out terrorism and extremism.