ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani Friday said that Inter-Services Intelligence had given feedback to India on the information it had passed on to Pakistan through American CIA in 52-page dossier. "Our ISI has given their feedback," the Prime Minister said. However, he did not elaborate the response but said Pakistan would cooperate if more information was required. Responding to reporters' questions after attending the seminar on 'Democracy in Pakistan' Premier Gilani said that Pakistan was examining the information and if required it would take necessary action as per the law of the land. Dispelling the impression of differences with President, Premier Gilani said that the system was running smoothly and every one was working within the ambit of constitution. He further said that the President was in the echelon of power two to three times and he knew the rules of business well. "If the President is acting on the advice of the Prime Minister it shows that there is no difference between them," he added. When asked about the reasons behind the removal of the National Security Advisor Mahmud Ali Durrani, Premier Gilani said, "In the interest of the country and for good governance, I have taken this action." He further said that he had evolved strategy to overcome the current crises with India but Mahmud Ali Durani did not follow it, therefore he was shown the door. He dispelled the impression that the President had expressed disappointment on his removal. Answering a question, the Prime Minister said that terrorism should be rooted out but atrocities on innocent Palestinian and Kashmiri people should be brought to an end and they should be given their right of self-determination. He said he had sent his spouse to Turkey to participate in a conference being held there to express solidarity with the oppressed Muslims. Earlier, the Prime Minister told a seminar on "Democracy in Pakistan: New Challenges and Opportunities" that the government was committed to institutionalizing the democracy and revive the democratic values in order to ensure the country's march towards a progressive welfare Muslim State. The Prime Minister said democracy in Pakistan was not a new phenomenon but it had passed through many difficult phases. The process was halted many a time - the country had gone through the devastations of three martial laws, which had not only weakened the democratic institutions but also obstructed the march towards sustained economic development. "The situation on our eastern border has once again become very fragile," Gilani told a seminar in Islamabad. "The world must not let tension between India and Pakistan escalate." Gilani called on the international community to help contain tensions between India and Pakistan, calling the situation on the common border 'very fragile'. "The world must not let tensions between India and Pakistan escalate," the Prime told a seminar on democracy in Islamabad. Referring to the struggle of Pakistan Peoples Party for restoration of democracy, Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said the party since its inception had been in the guard for strengthening and fostering democracy and had made unprecedented sacrifices for attaining the goal. The Prime Minister also mentioned the sacrifices of party founder Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Shaheed Benazir Bhutto for the cause of democracy. He said thousands of party workers went under human torture and prolonged incarceration for restoration of democracy. He said he himself was sent to prison for not bowing before the dictator. He said the government after assuming power after Feb. 18 elections had to face a couple of serious problems including severe food and energy crisis, fiscal deficit and depleting foreign exchange reserves. He said the government had embarked upon short, medium and long-term policies to put the economy on a sound footing. In this connection, the agriculture sector had been given the priority and expressed the confidence that the country would overcome the food shortages. The Prime Minister said that in order to protect the poor segments of the society, they had introduced Benazir Income Support Programme, which was first of its kind in the country's history. . He said initiatives had also been taken to address gas and electricity shortages on an emergent basis. Special focus was being laid on the exploration of gas and oil in the country to cope with the energy crisis. He said measures had been taken to enhance the thermal and hydel electric generation. He said the gas pipeline project with Iran was also being fast tracked to meet the future needs of energy. Referring to the IMF programme, the Prime Minister said that they had successfully negotiated the package with the International Monetary Fund for the stabilization of economy and to reduce the economic crunch. The Prime Minister expressed the confidence that the establishment of Friends of Pakistan forum would help open new vistas of cooperation and bring new investment into the country. The Prime Minister reiterated Pakistan's unflinching commitment in the fight against terrorism and extremism saying it was pursuing a multi-pronged strategy to effectively deal with the menaces. He expressed concern over the cross-border drone attacks in the tribal belt saying these were counter productive to their strategy to bring normalcy in the restive areas. The Prime Minister said Pakistan wanted to build strong relations with all its neibhouring countries including Afghanistan and India. Referring to the severed relations with India in the wake of Mumbai attack Premier Gilani said that his government was extending full cooperation in the investigation of Mumbai attacks but regretted the Indian Government unfortunately refused to accept their offer. He said Pakistan had done a lot to improve relations with India and demonstrated unwavering commitment for dialogue with the neighbouring country. However, India unfortunately froze the composite dialogue process, which was not the solution to solve the problem. He said Kashmir was the core dispute between India and Pakistan and its resolution according to the aspirations of people of Kashmir was imperative for bringing lasting peace to the region. He urged the international community to play its role in de-escalating the situation. Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani was of the view that the improved relations were vital for resolution of problems between the two countries in particularly the unresolved Kashmir issue. Dilating upon the bilateral relations with the UK, the Prime Minister said Pakistan and the United Kingdom had long history of relations based on mutual trust and expressed the confidence that the cooperation would further consolidate in the future. Agencies add: He said the ISI has given its 'feedback' to India on 'some information' about the Mumbai attacks that New Delhi had shared with US intelligence agency CIA. He also maintained that all further action will be taken according to Pakistani laws. India gave 'some information' in a 52-page dossier to the CIA that was shared with Pakistan, Gilani said. "Our ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) has given its feedback and shared information. That has been passed on to India," the Premier said. "The CIA and ISI have an old working relation. If there is need for any more information, we are ready to cooperate. But as far as the other things are concerned, we have to look into our own laws," Gilani said in response to a question about India's demand for its dossier on the Mumbai attacks to be treated as a first information report (FIR). Gilani said it was regrettable India had frozen a four-year-old peace process that had brought better ties between the rivals who have fought three wars since 1947.