ON BOARD PRIME MINISTER'S SPECIAL PLANE - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Thursday said that the federal cabinet would soon be expanded along with reshuffle in some of the ministries and coalition partners would be taken into confidence for the purpose. The Prime Minister said this while talking to newsmen on way to Islamabad from Dubai after concluding his visit to UAE and Malaysia where he had gone to attend the D-8 summit. In Dubai, the Prime Minister Gilani held detailed consultations with PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari on party's plan to deal with PML-N, which is feeling highly uncomfortable over the thorny issue of judges' restoration. According to sources privy to PPP among consultations top leadership in Dubai, the PPP Co-Chairman would now meet Mian Nawaz Sharif PML-N Quaid in a bid to soften latter's stance over the judges' issue and keep the ruling coalition intact. A source said that it would be a 'make or break' meeting between Zardari and Nawaz, as in case of failure, the coalition partners could even decide to part their ways, something that would be disastrous for the country's politics. To a question on PPP-PML-N relations, the Prime Minister, however, said that the differences were not that much serious as was being portrayed in the media. He added that the PPP meeting at Dubai was a routine affair and it was wrong to assume that he had rushed to UAE to discuss the sole issue of relations with PML-N with the Co-Chairman and other party leaders. He said that he had to meet the PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari as he had not been able to do so after assuming the slot of premiership. The Prime Minister Gilani's meeting with Zardari and Bilawal went on for hours in Dubai during the night between Wednesday and Thursday and was also attended by senior party leaders, including Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah, Qamaruz Zaman Kaira and Sherry Rehman. Talking about another contentious issue of President's impeachment and Zardari's strong statements in this regard, the Prime Minister said that the Co-Chairman could speak openly on the issue such as his remarks that the President's office would be soon occupied by some 'jiyala' of PPP but he (Zardari) could not do so as he (President) was holding the top state office. He said that as far as the impeachment (of President) was concerned, it was up to the parties in coalition to decide what to do in that regard, as the President himself had accepted the supremacy of the Parliament. The Prime Minister said that the next cabinet meeting would be held in Lahore and after that he would address the nation on what were the achievements of government during the first 100 days of its rule. He said that not only the cabinet would be expanded but the parliamentary secretaries as well as the chairmen of standing committees would also be appointed after consultations with coalition partners who had their share in those offices 'as per our understanding with them'. When asked about the return of PML-N ministers to the cabinet, he said that he thought they would make a comeback. To another query, he said that the government was aware of the serious economic problems being faced by the people and soon concrete measures would be taken to address their woes. However, he added that the inflation and price hike were global issues and the whole world was feeling their heat.