ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Wednesday said that if peace was not restored in Swat, the govt could 'revisit its decision of promulgating the Nizam-e-Adl Regulation. Prime Minister Gilani termed the governments agreement on Nizam-e-Adl as a willful decision taken in the national interest and was optimistic about restoration of peace in the area. He was talking to journalists after visit to the Federal Housing Ministry. Premier Gilani said that if peace was not restored in Swat, they could revise the decision of enforcing Nizam-e-Adl Regulation. He further said that by accepting the Swat peace accord, they had respected the mandate of the NWFP government and the decision was also seconded by the Parliament through a unanimous resolution. When asked about Maulana Sufi Muhammads recent statement in which he had termed the countrys superior courts as un-Islamic, the Prime Minister declined to comment and termed the statement as views of an individual. Terming the problem of terrorism as the major menace confronting the country, he said that no single party can tackle the issue and asked all political forces to join hands with them for containing the challenge. Gilani said the govt was studying the report prepared by the Parliaments Committee on National Security and would evolve a national policy after consultation with the four chief ministers. It will be an indigenous policy keeping the national interests supreme, he added. He said President Zardari would be holding talks with the American leadership on these lines during his forthcoming US visit. About Balochistan, Gilani asked the nation not to lose hope as the government was cognizant of the situation in the province and taking measures to end their sense of deprivation. He further said that all institutions were functioning according to law and the Constitution. We need to empower the people of Balochistan. We will provide them rights and full share in development, he said. Regarding the murder of three Baloch leaders, the Prime Minister said the government was awaiting report of the judicial commission. About his visit to the Housing Ministry, Gilani said that the government would provide low-cost housing for the poor, lower-middle class and federal government employees all over the country including Northern Areas and Azad Jammu and Kashmir. He also said that under Benazir Income Support Programme, the government would provide health, education and subsidised food. Earlier, the Prime Minister was given briefing at the ministry about the ongoing and upcoming development projects.