Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Friday said he would meet his Indian counterpart on the sidelines of the of the Non-Aligned Movement summit in Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt. Talking to media after addressing the first annual convocation of Islamabad Model College for Girls F-10/2, he said the talks would help boost the bilateral ties of the two countries. The PM Gilani said he was not in favour of the fifth province, as it is in conflict with his partys thought and manifesto. Gilani said he made it clear to the visiting French delegation that there is need to stop the cross border infiltration in Pakistani territories by Taliban fleeing from the operation of Nato-led forces in Helmand. The Prime Minister said the check posts would be established in areas cleared of terrorists including Malakand and further appointments would be made in the security forces. Responding a question, he said the recent hike in petroleum prices was approved in the Finance Bill, not out of his will.