LAHORE - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that Reformed General Sales Tax (RGST) issue would be reviewed when presented in the Parliament. He was talking to the reporters after attending 19th convocation of University of Engineering & Technology Lahore on Saturday. The convocation was also attended by Governor Punjab, Salman Taseer, State Minister for Education Ghulam Farid Khathia, Parliamentary Secretary for Education Gul Muhammad Jakhhrani, UET Vice Chancellor Muhammad Akram Khan, students and their parents. To a question that PML-N Quaid Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has expressed his inability to support the government on issue of RGST, he said, 'we have cordial relations with Mian Nawaz Sharif which will continue in the future as well. He said that effective steps were being taken to ensure foolproof security during Muharram. Gilani said Federal and provincial governments have also been directed to make comprehensive arrangements for the security of the masses as well as public/private property. Earlier, addressing the convocation he announced that year 2011 would be celebrated as 'Education Year. He said an orphan was not a