ISLAMABAD - The Upper House of the Parliament was informed on Tuesday that Federal Information Ministry was gathering information about the killing of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden by US forces in Abbottabad and the house would be briefed soon. Leader of the House in the Senate Nayyer Hussain Bokhari while responding to the point of orders raised by legislators about the incident said that Information Minister Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan would take the house into confidence after collecting information from the certain quarters. Many parliamentarian spoke on the point of orders after the house could not start its debate on the Presidential address to the Joint Sitting of the Parliament on 22nd of March 2011 that was started in the last session. When the chair asked the members to initiate the debate, not a single voice came from the house for participation in it. Professor Khurshid Ahmed said that the lack of interest of the legislators to take part in the debate expressed their no confidence on this house, the government and the President as well. Later, he speaking on the point of order said while quoting some media reports that Pakistan would be the next target of US after killing Osama bin Laden. He was amazed that US forces conducted an operation in Pakistan to kill him but the government had not cleared his position yet. The Prime Minister and foreign office are treating the matter in a casual manner and no policy statement had been issued yet, he added. Dr Ismail Buledi on a point of order also backed Professor Khurshid saying that the governments stance about the incident was not clear yet. He said that US had no right to attack inside Pakistan by breaching countrys sovereignty.