ISLAMABAD (APP/Online) Pakistan on Wednesday asked the United States to take it into confidence on its Afghan policy and ensure that a military build-up in Afghanistan did not have any effect on Balochistan and other areas. Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, talking to a US Congressional delegation led by Johan Tierney at the PM House, also asked the US and ISAF forces to enhance intelligence sharing with Pakistan to solidify the ongoing operation against militancy on the Pak-Afghan border. He asked the United States to take Pakistan on board about the new Afghan policy, being reviewed by the White House and said it was crucial to sanitise the Pak-Afghan border to prevent the flow of weapons, drugs, illicit money and militants. Gilani said Pakistan considered Afghanistans stability vital for its own security and was looking forward towards continued cooperation with the new Karzai government. He said the United States should channelise its economic assistance through a transparent mechanism established by Pakistan. In this regard, he mentioned the Trust Fund established for Malakand, Higher Education Commission, National Commission for Human Development and Benazir Income Support Programme for the socio-economic development, education and reconstruction in the militancy-hit areas. Underlining the importance of revival of Pakistans economy, he said the US should play a leading role by providing enhanced market access to Pakistani products as well as encouraging investment in Pakistans diverse economic sectors at the present critical juncture of history. On successful operation against terrorists in which the armed forces, Frontier Corps, Frontier Constabulary and police made huge sacrifices, the prime minister emphasised that much needed equipment for capacity building should immediately be supplied to Pakistan in order to take the ongoing operation to its logical conclusion. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Gilani has said that the democratic government of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) would accept the decision of the Supreme Court on National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) as the country has an independent and proactive judiciary. Talking to media men after inaugurating Manzalai (Karak) Central Processing Facility, the Prime Minister said the government brought NRO in NA Standing Committee on Law and Justice but did not table in the parliament keeping in view the desire of the parliament and people. Responding to a question, he said he would meet with PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif vis-a-vis Balochistan package as talks in this regard have been held with other political leaders, saying that he has good relations with him (Nawaz) from the very first day. Asked about remarks of former President Pervez Musharraf against President Asif Ali Zardari, he said that the language, which was used by Musharraf, is not surprising as the government expected this from him. Strongly condemning the menace of terrorism, he said the nation is united on war against terror, adding militants strong holds have been occupied. Had the strict action taken against terrorists nine year ago, the situation would have been improved now, he added. The Prime Minister said that the terrorists are targeting innocent people and students, adding that it is the responsibility of the government to protect life and property of people and it is governments resolve to root out terrorism completely. He underlined that the police, troops and other law enforcement agencies are target of terrorists and a fund for martyrs was being created. About Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), PM Gilani said the government started several projects under the BISP, saying that it launched Waseela Haq Programme for poor segments of the society. Answering a question about closure of CNG stations for two days, he said that the decision was taken by the Cabinet and Chief Ministers of four provinces were also consulted, however it was a difficult decision. The Prime Minister urged the people to opt petrol for those two days when CNG was not available, adding that the CNG stations were closed for two days to ensure gas supply to industries. He said the government was providing all possible facilities to investors to explore reservoirs, adding that investors would be protected. He said that several new projects of infrastructure building would be launched in NWFP and a new bridge would be constructed at River Indus.