ISLAMABAD " Reiterating that Pakistan would not allow any foreign operation against targets inside Pakistani territory, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani Thursday underlined the need for enhancing intelligence sharing at the forum of Tripartite Commission. Addressing the NWFP Cabinet, the Prime Minister said that the US government has been clearly told that there would be no compromise on the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Pakistan. The NWFP Cabinet, which called on him at the PM's House Thursday morning under the leadership of Chief Minister Ameer Haider Khan Hoti, apprised the PM about the sufferings of the people falling victim of the American raids. According to an official handout, the Prime Minister said that Pakistan would not allow any foreign force to hit targets in Pakistan because such strikes prove counter-productive. Rather he emphasised that greater intelligence sharing and better coordination between the security forces of Pakistan, the US, NATO and ISAF could deliver. The Prime Minister also apprised the participants of his meeting with US Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen. He said the war against terrorism and extremism is in Pakistan's own national interest because peace and stability is a must for the economic development of the country. Earlier, Hoti told the Prime Minister about various matters relating to the province particularly hydel profit, power tariff rates, and law and order situation in the province. The Prime Minister asked the Ministry of Water and Power to ensure that uniform tariff, both during peak and off-peak hours should be applied to the whole country. He also directed the Ministry and the Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) to ensure that peak hours are widely publicized to encourage conservation of electricity. The Prime Minister congratulated the meeting that Central Development Working Party has approved the PC-I of the Diamer-Bhasha Dam. The project costing $12.6 billion would produce 4500 Mega Watts of electricity with a storage capacity of 8.1 million acre feet water. The Chairman WAPDA informed the meeting that this is the first storage dam to be built since 1978 when Tarbela Dam was made. He said that both Mangla and Tarbela dams have lost 31 per cent of storage capacity due to silting. He also told the meeting that bids have been called for short-listing of civil contractors and the work on the project would start next year. The Prime Minister directed the concerned authorities to ensure that all the affectees of the project are settled near the dam's lake where model villages and new townships containing all the basic civic amenities would be set up. The Prime Minister also said that the support price of wheat would soon be increased for encouraging production and attaining self-sufficiency in wheat.