LAHORE - There is no international pressure involved in halting the Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline project, says Mani Shankar Ayer, former petroleum minister of India. He was talking to the media on the sidelines of the meeting between former foreign ministers of Pakistan and India held at Khursheed Mehmood Kasuris residence on Friday. He said there was no international pressure involved in IPI gas pipeline, while the real issue was of price formula on the project and thus the issue of the price must be discussed. To another query about Pakistani prisoners languishing in Indian jails, he admitted that it was wrong for normalising the relations between the two countries and he urged the leadership of the two countries that prisoners should be released for giving a boost to normalise the ties between the two neighbouring countries.