KARACHI-Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has urged the international community to shun double standards while treating two recent incidents which resulted in huge loss of innocent human lives. He said that the world has paid its total attention to the incident in Mumbai in late November where unfortunately innocent citizens were killed but it had not reacted in a similar manner when Israel attacked defenseless people of Gaza where hundreds of innocent people including women and children were brutally killed. He was talking to media men on Saturday at the CM house where he laid the foundation stone of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Accident, Emergency and Trauma Centre, being established at Civil Hospital Karachi. He asked the international community not to take Mumbai incident in isolation and said immediately after Mumbai, the Gaza incident occurred. 'Pakistan had responded positively immediately after Mumbai incident and had promised all cooperation in investigating the attacks' , he said. He said Pakistan was well aware of its defence and ,added, that it was in strong hands. Pakistan's highly professional Armed Forces are capable of meeting any challenges, he added. Responding a question on country's foreign policy, he said that the perception that Pakistan stood isolated because of its foreign policy was totally incorrect. 'Country's foreign policy was successful. Pakistan has friends all over the world and Pakistan wants good relations with its neighbours'. He said Pakistan was not fighting against India and wants better relations with them as well as Afghanistan. Therefore, they have their own diplomacy and we have our own, he added. 'We have always wished that no incident of violence takes place in India which has always blamed Pakistan whenever there was such an incident in the past', he said. Terrorism and external threats were Pakistan's main enemy and Pakistan had to defend not only itself but even its neighbouring India from the acts of terrorism, he added. He recalled the incident when Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto had come to Karachi and was being taken on a truck and where the entire leadership of PPP was present. At that time a bomb exploded resulting in death to scores of loyal supporters of the PPP, he said. He pointed out that in that one incident alone 184 people were killed on the spot and more than 500 injured but then why the world did not raise its voice and where was the world when Marriott Hotel Islamabad was attacked in which a foreign diplomat was also killed and many foreign nationals died. The world, he said, should think impartially and not pick one incident to raise so much of hue and cry. He said the world community should think in a neutral way as the Mumbai incident was the failure of Indian intelligence agencies and Pakistan was ready for cooperation in investigating the incident. When asked whether the US drones attack was the result of any understanding with US, the Prime Minister declared in an unequivocal term that present govt has not struck any deal with US. He strongly rejected there were any differences between him and the President Asif Ali Zardari, emphasising that both belonged to one party which was pursuing the manifesto of the party in order to serve the masses. This he stated in response to a query about differences between him and the President. When asked whether the govt would support 18th Amendment bill in the Parliament, he said that govt would support the move if it was jointly made. Responding a question about alleged destabilisation of Punjab govt, he said there were coalition govts in Centre as well as in four provinces. We do not want to destabilise any provincial govt, he added. PPP has its own manifesto for the welfare of the masses. Our top most priority is stability of the country and we desire that provincial govts should smoothly run, he said. He said that the Assemblies would complete their term. When asked about efforts being made for the unification of various factions of Muslim Leagues, he said that it was their internal matter and he would not comment on it. When a questioner asked as to who are the killers of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto as had been mentioned by President Asif Ali Zardari, the Prime Minister pointed out that the matter will be investigated by the UN which was Mohtarma's own demand after the bomb blast in her welcome procession in Karachi. He said when PPP formed its govt, resolutions were passed in the National and the four Provincial Assemblies seeking UN investigations. The Prime Minister said if Rehman Malik, Adviser on Interior will carry out an inquiry in the matter, the people will point their fingers and would say that the inquiry is being conducted by the PPP's own govt. 'We don't want that wrong colour be given to the inquiry into the assassination of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto', he said ,adding, 'we want an independent inquiry which has the credibility and also recognised by the world'. Earlier, addressing the Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Accident, Emergency and Trauma Centre, he said that it was the vision and desire of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto for establishing such centres in the country so that the people of the country get better health facilities. He said that the Centre is being established with a cost of Rs 2.5 billion and expected to be completed in two years. He said that it was the largest project during the last 20 years which will provide health facilities to the people. He said Pakistan was exposed to natural disasters, earthquake, diseases, suicide bombings which the nation dealt with great courage. He said that it was the policy of the govt to provide emergency services to the poor and Sindh govt took the lead by initiating the project. He said that the govt has started number of projects to alleviate the sufferings of the masses and victims of natural disasters. He exhorted the need for transforming natural disasters. He announced the approval of expenditure of OPD building in Civil Hospital and said that the 50 per cent allocation of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Emergency Centre pertaining to Federal govt will be released soon and the project be completed within shortest possible time. Sindh Governor Dr. Ishratul Ebad Khan, Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Federal Minister Health Mir Eijaz Khan Jakhrani, Sindh Health Minister Sagheer Siddiqui also spoke on the occasion.