ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has advised the President to summon the National Assembly session on October 3 to discuss the national security situation, says a statement issued from the PM House here on Saturday. The session, being held following a series of allegations by senior US officials would focus on the security situation and the challenges confronting the country. The session on October 3 was scheduled in the Business Advisory Committee of the National Assembly when the treasury members had sought adjournment of the previous session just after one-day proceedings owing to the floods devastation in the Sindh province. Meanwhile, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) MPs had submitted an adjournment motion in the National Assembly to debate the threatening statement by US Admiral Mike Mullen. Members of the PML-N Raja Mohammad Asad Khan, Malik Shakir Bashir Awan and Nighat Ameer submitted the adjournment motion in the Assembly Secretariat on Saturday expressing serious concern over the threats hurled by Admiral Mike Mullen. The motion demanded that Pakistan should take a serious notice of the statements of the US Admiral and give an appropriate response. It said that the people of Pakistan would not tolerate the threats. Besides discussing the situation arose after the statements from US top officials levelling serious allegations against Pakistan and implicating countrys ace intelligence agency in the attacks on US Embassy and NATO Headquarters in Kabul and its active links with Haqqani Network, a Taliban outfit actively involved in the armed struggle in Afghanistan against NATO troops, the National Assembly would likely to take up the overall law and order situation in the country with specific reference to Karachi. The government would also give a detailed briefing to the house on the floods devastation in Sindh and the ongoing relief activities being carried out in the affected areas. There is also a possibility that Leader of Opposition in National Assembly Ch. Nisar Ali Khan, who is also Chairman of Public Accounts Committee, would lay the progress report of the committee in the house and would table the examination of audit reports of various government departments up to 2008 period. It is pertinent to mention here that a meeting of PAC was already scheduled for September 30 wherein the committee would review the work being done on the compilation of the reports on the work of the committee.