The US on Tuesday said any fallout due to striking down of National Reconciliation Ordinance by Pakistans Supreme Court is an internal matter of that country and it will not try to get in the middle of it. This is really an internal matter for the Pakistani government, Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs P J Crowley told reporters here. He was replying to a question on the developments in Pakistan following the recent Supreme Court decisions, wherein corruption cases against President Asif Ali Zardari and that of several Ministers had been reopened. Its not for us to try to get in the middle of that. What is important is that the Pakistani government and its leadership be seen as legitimate in the eyes of the Pakistani people. You know, there was an election in Pakistan, he said. ...President Zardari ... came to office through a legitimate parliamentary process. Prime Minister Gilani was elected by Pakistani people. If there is a legal judgement that changes the status of the government, that is really an internal matter for Pakistan, he asserted. He, however, said Obama Administration would continue to work to try to help build up the capacity of the government of Pakistan to meet the needs of its own people. We just last week sent up the first report on our civilian assistance programmes under Kerry-Lugar-Berman. As to what is happening with the President, other ministers, this is an internal matter, Crowley said.