ISLAMABAD - Former Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Tuesday said that issue of US citizen Raymond Davis was mishandled but he avoided naming anyone in this regards. This issue was mishandled. I dont want to name who mishandled it. I dont believe in hitting people below the belt. I dont believe in conspiracies, Qureshi said speaking on a point of order in the National Assembly. In his first speech since the Raymond Davis issue and his statement that Davis has no blanket immunity, Qureshi said he had told US Senator John Kerry on his visit the matter would be decided by court and the same he said he had conveyed to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The former foreign minister also informed the House that he would visit Garhi Khuda Bakhsh on Feb 27 to pay tribute to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and would also speak his heart out to his leader the late Benazir Bhutto at the graveside. Reiterating his loyalty with the party, Qureshi said that he has a good relationship with President Zardari, the PPP co-chairman, and the prime minister based on mutual respect. He was not an ungrateful person and not among those who sacrifice personal relationship only for timely gains. Talking about the ministry, he said, PM Yousaf Raza Gilani stands witness that I was offered Ministry of Water and Power but I didnt accept it. Speaking on media reports that he had a closed-door meeting with Shahbaz Sharif and Ch Nisar Ali Khan, Qureshi said that many other including Wasim Sajjad were also present in the meeting. It was to offer condolences over the demise of Ch Nisar Ali Khans mother. About his comparisons to former president Farooq Leghari, he said that there was no similarity between the lat Leghari and him as the former had dismissed the govt of his own party. Qureshi said that it was wrongly reported in a section of the media that he was taking a firm stand on the dictates of the establishment. He said he could have curried favours with the establishment when Musharraf was in power, but he never believed in that. He said he refused a ministerial offer from former prime minister Shaukat Aziz on his visit to Multan.