ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister for Railways Ghulam Ahmad Bilour Wednesday expressed annoyance over non-release of funds in the federal cabinet meeting, saying that he would prefer to quit if the previous pledges for funds were not fulfilled. If funds were not released for Pakistan Railways, I would step down from my position... Almost a year has passed but the bailout package and other funds were not properly given to Railways, said a source quoting the minister for Railways. They said the minister had told the meeting that, I would opt for resigning rather than facing embarrassment at the hands of his subordinates. However, an official spokesman of the minister talking to TheNation denied that the minister had warned of resigning. The minister only expressed annoyance over non-release of funds for Railways, he added. The federal cabinet also witnessed severe criticism on granting status of Most Favoured Nation (MFN) to India by some of the cabinet members. These ministers were of the view that the Kashmir cause could be damaged by granting MFN status to India, said the sources. They considered the decision of granting MFN status to India tantamount to setting aside Kashmir issue. Sources privy to the meeting said that Information Minister also came down hard on Finance Ministry when the issue about giving proper publicity to the development came under discussion.