ISLAMABAD (Online) - Prime Minster Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has stopped former member Parliamentary Commission for Implementation of 18th Amendment and Federal Minister for Water & Power Syed Naveed Qamar from going to Britain due to the ongoing energy crisis in the country. According to well-placed sources, a Pakistani delegation headed by former Chairman Parliamentary Commission for Implementation of 18th Amendment, Senator Raza Rabbani will leave for Britain today (Sunday). The delegation will leave for Britain upon the special invitation of British government. Sources told Online that Naveed Qamar had asked for a permission from the prime minster that he wanted to join the delegation, but the PM refused to allow him to go to Britain and directed him to stay in Pakistan keeping in view the ongoing energy crisis. It is pertinent to mention here that a former member of the Commission, Senator Ishaq Dar had also been invited to join the delegation by Senator Rabbani. Ishaq Dar has accepted the invitation and now he would join the envoy from United Arab Emirate.