LAHORE-Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said here on Wednesday that there was no possibility of war but the nation was ready to foil any Indian aggressive designs against Pakistan. 'In my assessment, there will be no war between Pakistan and India', he said while talking to reporters after addressing the 9th Convocation of Allama Iqbal Medical College (AIMC) here. The Prime Minister said that Pakistan was assessing the situation as a responsible country. He said the whole nation; political parties and the Armed Forces would jointly retaliate if India resorted to any aggression or misadventure. To a question, he said the Indian govt was facing immense public pressure after the Mumbai incidents because of failure of its intelligence agencies. Now India was trying to make another country a scapegoat to cover up this failure, he said. He said Pakistan is a responsible and peace-loving country and it strongly condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations throughout the world. The Indian govt should provide solid evidence about alleged Pak involvement in the Mumbai attacks; he said and assured that any evidence in this regard would be shared with the Pakistani nation. He said the Pakistan Army was also assessing the situation and it was fully alert to respond to any aggressive moves by India. He said Pakistan wanted cordial and friendly relations with all the countries of the world and it was on the forefront in the global fight against terrorism. Strongly condemning the bomb blast in GOR-II, he assured that the govt would make all efforts for early arrest of the terrorists involved in the incident. Earlier, addressing the convocation, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that delivery of maximum health facilities to the masses is top priority of the govt. Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif, Senior Provincial Minister Raja Riaz Ahmed, Punjab Health Secretary Anwar Ahmed Khan, UHC Vice Chancellor Dr. Mobashir Malik and AIMC Principal Dr Javed Akram were also present. Gilani said that all primary health facilities including medicines, doctors, paramedical staff, medical equipment and building are being provided for Basic Health Units (BHUs) under the Prime Minister's Initiative Programme (PMIP). The PMIP also encompasses the measures to control the fatal disease of hepatitis caused by used syringes, blood transfusion and contaminated water. 'We need provincial govts cooperation to evolve a joint strategy to fight Hepatitis, which is now becoming a common ailment', he added. He said this programme also focuses on control of the water-borne diseases, especially in rural areas. The Prime Minister said that Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto had introduced a true medical education system in the country, and the AIMC was also established during his govt. While, his daughter Shaheed Benazir Bhutto had inaugurated the Jinnah Hospital adjacent to AIMC in 1996, he said ,adding, that the present PPP govt will focus on promotion of health and education sectors. Congratulating the fresh MBBS graduates, he said that since ancient times, the medical profession had been a great social service and 'you have to carry forward this service by curing the ailing humanity through your knowledge and skills'. He advised them to serve the ailing humanity especially the down-trodden people and those living in rural areas and have least access to health-care facilities. Gilani also appreciated the AIMC performance and services in the health sector as well as the efforts of Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif to ensure free medical facilities in the public sector hospitals of Punjab. Earlier in his address, Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif said that govt was spending huge funds on provision of cost-free healthcare and education facilities. The promotion of health and education sectors would help produce an energetic and educated society having ability to resolve all the problems including economic, security and law and order. Greeting the graduate, the CM said, 'You have now become doctors through your hard work and with your parents support and teachers guidance. Now it is time to pay back by serving the ailing humanity'. Prior to his address, the Prime Minister awarded degrees, distinctions and medals to the respective graduates. Later, the Prime Minister alongwith Chief Minister visited the 13-bed dialysis centre at Jinnah Hospital and inquired about the health of patients there. It is to mention that out of 13 beds of the centre, three have been allocated for Hepatitis-C patients. The Prime Minister also visited the under construction Burn Unit and was briefed about the project. On this occasion, the PM assured full assistance for the unit. Meanwhile, two fresh MBBS graduates including a female of Allama Iqbal Medical College (AIMC) received 14 medals each for their excellent performance in the studies. At the 9th Convocation of the AIMC here on Wednesday, the Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani awarded Dr. Zaman Khan with 14 gold medals and lady doctor Zehrish Shaukat with seven gold and seven silver medals. The Premier also announced cash prize of Rs 500,000 each for both the outstanding doctors and said that they were precious assets of Pakistan. Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif announced that provincial govt would provide cash prize of Rs 300,000 each to Dr. Zaman Khan and Dr. Zehrish Shaukat.