ISLAMABAD Giving tacit impression of Governments intention of not pursuing the issue of Swiss cases, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that the Swiss government has conveyed to Pakistan that they cannot proceed with the cases which the Government of Pakistan itself cant initiate in the country. Talking to media persons after attending interfaith harmony programme arranged here at a local hotel by Ministry of Minorities Affairs on Friday evening, Prime Minister Gilani said his Government has nothing to do with the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO), as neither they had introduced it nor they had supported it. To a question he said that they would draw future course of action in consultation with the coalition partners after seeing the detailed judgement of Supreme Court of Pakistan in NRO case. He said that people and media knew that PPP Government had not introduced this ordinance but ironically no one was asking those who had introduced it. He suggested that former PM Shaukat Aziz and his cabinet should be asked about the NRO. To a question, he said that they would decide about the fate of NRO beneficiaries after going through the detailed judgement of apex court in the case. About the wrongly inclusion of the name of Defence Minister Ahmed Mukhtar in ECL and his barring from proceeding to China, Premier Gilani termed it a gross mistake for which he had suspended the Federal Interior Secretary and other officials. To a question about the writing off billions of rupees loans, the PM said the issue of these loans had been figuring in media since 1986 and questioned why the media and other people hadnt raised these issues during the dictatorial regime. To a question, he said the government has no bar in issuance of visas to genuine US visitors and explained that Americans would be given two types of visas - military and civilians. He further said Pak-US relations are multidimensional and these friendly ties will grow in future. To a question about his government stand on NRO, he said Attorney General of Pakistan has submitted the governments point of view in the apex court on the subject. To a question, he said the ministries and divisions are being merged as part of the governments austerity drive and the merger of Parliamentary Affairs Ministry in Law and Justice was part of that move. To another question, the PM said that President Zardari had gone through the hardships of incarceration for well over 12 years for the crime he had never committed. He made it clear that all the cases instituted against PPP leaders were politically motivated. He further said that it was admitted in the Charter of Democracy that the cases against PPP central leadership were politically motivated and concocted. He recalled that at the time of instituting of these politically motivated cases, some 95 percent people had joined the then regime under a dictator while the genuine PPP leadership had faced these cases even in the then courts and suffered in jails for the crimes they had never committed. To a question, the Prime Minister said that the Christians living in shanty colonies in the Federal Capital would be allotted plots and their colonies would be established. He further said that hate words against Christian community should be discouraged and they would be provided with all facilities.