ISLAMABAD - Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly has bitterly criticised the statement of US Ambassador in support of RGST and termed it a direct interference in the internal affairs of Pakistan. The statement of the US ambassador Cameron Munter for the passage of RGST is condemnable. This House will decide the fate of RGST. We cannot allow any foreign diplomat to interfere in our internal issues. The government should take a lesson from WikiLeaks, Nisar said while speaking in the National Assembly session here on Monday. He also questioned the reaction of the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister on this statement. The US ambassador a couple of days back had said in a statement that the political forces in Pakistan should sit together for the passage of the RGST. Nisar also came down hard on the statement of Admiral Micheal Mullan regarding operation in North Waziristan and said that Pakistan was not as weak as one could challenge the sovereignty of Pakistan. Why did the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister not respond to Mullens standpoint, he said. Nisar said that the Pakistani people are also about to lose patience as they have concerns on the US policy in the region. He also demanded discussion in the House on Admirals statement. He further criticised the government for not implementing the decisions of Business Advisory Committee. The government should develop consensus on all national issues and the purpose of this House is to legislate after debate but the incumbent government has been bulldozing the bills, he alleged. He also said that the Opposition has been raising different issues in the House but the treasury benches did not bother to answer them. He recalled that the recent incident of kidnapping and thrashing of a journalist in the federal capital and said that the security agencies should perform only under the law. Responding to Nisar, Federal Minister for Labour, Manpower and Religious Affairs Syed Khurshid Shah said that the Reform General Sales Tax (RGST) Bill would be introduced in the Lower House after developing consensus. On the issue of Haj corruption scandal, the minister said that the matter was in the court. He said that the government had sacked two federal ministers and such an example was witnessed only once during the era of late prime minister Muhammad Khan Junejo. The opposition should appreciate the good decisions of the present government, he added. Later, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said that a judicial commission was formed to investigate the whole incident of kidnapping and thrashing of the journalist. The commission has submitted its report to the ministry that would soon be presented in the House, he added. Responding to Ch. Nisar regarding the statement of US ambassador, Malik said that they themselves allow diplomats to interfere in the national affairs of the country. He said that politicians themselves meet foreign diplomats in Lahore, Karachi and other cities and the snaps of such meetings have been published in the local print media. He made it clear that according to diplomatic norms and laws, they cannot go anywhere to meet somebody without permission of the Foreign Ministry. Lets decide today that nobody will meet any diplomat. We will force them to follow the laws and norms, he said. Earlier, Dr Babar Awan moved a bill to further amend the Registration Act, 1908 (The Registration (Amendment) Bill, 2010. However, the Opposition recommended some amendments in the bill and finally the Deputy Speaker asked the law minister and MNA Zahid Hamid to review the bill as soon as possible. The Minister of State for Industry and Production, while responding to a calling attention notice, brushed aside the impression that Utility Stores were selling substandard food items and said that total 5009 Utility Stores outlets were serving the people throughout the country.