ISLAMABAD - Parliamentary Committee on National Security was briefed here on Wednesday by Foreign and Interior Ministers and Director General ISI on country's role in the ongoing war on terror and the problems being faced by law enforcement agencies due to unabated US drones attacks, The Nation has learnt. The meeting of Parliamentary Committee was held on Wednesday, which stretched well over nine hours and still remained inconclusive and would meet again on Dec 16, a reliable source privy to the deliberations of the meeting revealed to The Nation. In the upcoming session Defence Minister Ahmed Mukhtar would likely brief the committee members. The sources said that next session of the National Assembly would be held on December 15. Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qurashi, Advisor to Prime Minster Rehman Malik and Director General of Inter Services Intelligence Lieutenant General Ahmed Shuja Pasha gave detailed briefing on the matters regarding the rising temperature of the Indo-Pak relations, role of the country in the ongoing war on terror and the problems being faced by the state due to the unabated US drone attacks in the Tribal Areas. The sources said that Shah Mahmood Qurashi briefed on US drones attacks and terrorists' activities in Mumbai while the Director General ISI briefed about suicide attacks. Rehman Malik gave detailed briefing on war on terror, national security and suicide attacks in the country. According to sources, during the briefing, Opposition members raised many questions and sought the reason of US drones attacks. They asked, "Why the government does not stop drones attacks if Pakistan has the capability to control them?" The sources said that the Committee was also briefed about the assassination of former Prime Minster Benazir Bhutto, suicide attack of Nishter Park and other suicide attacks in the country. The sources said that recent terrorist incident which had created tension between Pakistan and India would be presented in the session of the National Assembly, which would be held on December 15. In this regard, the National Assembly would also pass a joint resolution, the sources said.