Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Friday ruled out the division of Punjab into further provinces and said the country could not afford such venture at the present challenging times. Talking to newsmen after presiding a convocation at a girls college here, the Prime Minister said, "We cannot afford to have more provinces. It would be like opening up a Pandoras box." The Prime Minister said the country was passing through difficult internal and external challenges and urged the politicians not to invoke such ideas by realizing the gravity of situation. About his possible meeting with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the upcoming summit of Non Aligned Movement (NAM) in Sharm-El-Sheikh, Egypt, this month the Prime Minister hoped that the outcome would be "positive". About the ongoing operation in Malakand division, Gilani said the success achieved in securing the area from terrorists was a result of enormous sacrifices laid by the Pakistan army. Gilani said after the completion of the operation, military cantonments would be established and capacity-building of law enforcement agencies would be enhanced. When asked to confirm reports regarding Fazlullah's injury in an attack, the Prime Minister said it was Interior Minister's domain to issue statement on it.