ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Friday discussed the detailed judgement of Supreme Court on NRO with the Attorney General and the Federal Secretary for Law and Justice. The Prime Minister also discussed various options including filing of review petition and transparent implementation of the verdict. According to the PMs House Spokesman, the Attorney General and the Federal Secretary briefed the Premier Gilani on various aspects of detailed judgement on NRO. Soon after having a briefing from legal experts on detailed judgement on NRO case, the Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani had a one-on-one meeting with President Asif Ali Zardari. Both the leaders, the sources informed, had discussed various implications of detailed judgement of NRO case and various options with Government to deal with it remaining within the precincts of law and Constitution. About the briefing from legal experts, the spokesman of PMs House further informed that the meeting also discussed transparent implementation of the Supreme Court verdict on NRO. The sources informed that Premier Gilani was briefed about the consequences of Supreme Court verdict on NRO in length while the meeting also mulled different options to devise future strategy in this respect. During the meeting, sources added, the Premier was of the view that Government would not take any decision in haste with regard to apex court verdict on NRO and strategy to ensure implementation on its verdict would be devised in accordance with law and constitution. The Premier was also apprised of the review appeal against SC verdict and implementation on it. Staff Reporter from Lahore adds: Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said he has issued directives to the relevant authorities to implement the Supreme Court decision on NRO in letter and spirit. Talking to media men after attending a sports function here on Friday, Gilani said his government had great respect for all the institutions of the State and it would always abide by the decisions of the Supreme Court. He said he had issued directive for complete implementation of the Supreme Court verdict on NRO. He further maintained that the President Asif Ali Zardari faced no threat to his office as he enjoyed Constitutional immunity (in the NRO cases) under Article 248 and support of the Parliament as well. On a question, Gilani said that the government was elected with the public vote and had not come to power through back door,therefore, there was no threat to it nor to the democratic system. Talking about the reconciliation policy in this testing time for the nation, the PM said that he would take along every political party and strive to get united to meet the challenges facing the country. To a question, he replied that any amendment in the Constitution would be brought through the Parliament. Replying to another question about the elevation of Lahore High Court judge to the Supreme Court to fill in the vacancy there, Gilani said, they had always acted upon the directions of the Supreme Court and on the question of two judges law and the Constitution would also be followed. Replying to a question, he said Ch Aitzaz Ahsan was the party leader and had a status in the PPP and the party consulted with him from time to time. He said the President would soon see him to take his advice. To a question, the Prime Minister said that PML-N leadership had good relations with Aiwan-e-Sadar and Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif had expressed similar sentiments on Friday. Regarding his meeting with Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, he said such meetings with leaders of different political parties was a routine matter. He said he had long been listening that circumstances were not good. However,we have turned the challenges into opportunities for betterment of the country and there is no need to worry.