NEW DELHI (Agencies) - Under attack from the Opposition over talks with Pakistan, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday said the government is ready to discuss all issues in Parliament. We are ready to discuss all issues in Parliament, Manmohan told reporters after a meeting of leaders of political parties convened by Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar ahead of the Budget Session of Parliament commencing from tomorrow (Monday). Indian Premier Manmohan was asked about BJP saying it will seek clarifications from the government in Parliament on why it has decided on the Foreign Secretary-level talks with Pakistan when terrorism from across the border has not stopped. The session would commence with President Pratibha Patils address to the joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament and would conclude on May 7. The General Budget for 2010-11 will be presented on February 26 and the Railway Budget 2010-11 on February 24. The Rajya Sabha will also begin its sitting from February 22. Meanwhile, Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram on Saturday said that despite India not being given Most-Favoured Nation (MFN) status by Pakistan as a reciprocal gesture, India doesnt intend to bring trade and commerce to come to an end. Speaking after laying the foundation stone of Integrated Check Post (ICP) at Attari border on Saturday Chidambaram said: We have not got a MFN (Most Favoured Nation) status that is a fact and thats a complaint we make, it is a fact of life but because we do not have the MFN status that doesnt not mean that all trade and commerce should come to an end. We will continue the demand for the MFN status but we will also continue to encourage trade and commerce. Speaking about the recent rocket attacks in border villages near Attari, Chidambaram said, Pakistan doesnt admit that its forces fired the rocket. But we know they came from that direction. Chidambaram along with Indian Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal laid foundation stone of Integrated Check Post (ICP) at Attari border. It aims at improving trade link between India and Pakistan. The Indian Home Minister said the 21st Century is of trade and commerce, so the scheme of constructing ICPs in eight states in the country was designed to boost the trade with neighbouring countries including Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Nepal.