DUBAI - PPP Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari has asked the US to keep from talking of hot chase and give Pakistan time to pursue its policies in the tribal areas without any unnecessary pressure. He said this in a special TV interview. Asif said that Pakistan was in favour of war on terror but it would be an injustice on the part of the US to expect any miracle happening in just four months. Referring to hard American statements issued recently, he said the Prime Minister would take up the case of NATO Forces violation of Pak borders with President Bush during his visit to the US. Zardari condemned the coalition forces violating Pakistan's territorial jurisdiction. PPP Co-chairman maintained that Pakistan was opposed to extremism, which, he said entailed the loss of Benazir Bhutto. He also added that war on terror was in the interest of Pakistan but negotiations in FATA were the need of the hour and his party was in favour of solving all problems through dialogue keeping all the political factions beside it. He emphasised the government to keep on with its policies in the tribal areas without bowing to any pressure. He declared the policies of the outgoing government responsible for the prevailing situation in the country. Answering a question about the reinstatement of judges he said PPP wanted to solve this problem by means of 18th amendment. Zardari denied any meeting with Nawaz Sharif in London during his stay there.