ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Thursday, said that the Government had already implemented several points of the Supreme Courts judgement on the NRO, however, some points needed interpretation. Responding to points raised by Leader of the Opposition Ch Nisar Ali Khan in the National Assembly, PM Gilani said that he would also implement those requiring interpretation after the courts interpretation. Legal experts of the country have said that President has the immunity under Article 248, however, if anyone has another opinion, he can go to the court to get its interpretation, Premier Gilani said. He said that there were 8,034 NRO-related cases but unfortunately, only the President was targeted in the Parliament and media. He was of the view that President had been given immunity by the Parliament and how can he take any action unless otherwise interpretation is given? The Prime Minister pointed out that he had already declared that the NAB Chairman would be appointed in consultation with the Leader of the Opposition. He, however, added that it was a tenure post and a new chairman could be appointed only if the incumbent one resigned from the post. About the initiation of action against former Attorney General Malik Abdul Qayyum, he said that he had gone for a review and the judgment would be implemented whenever delivered. He said that in the NRO judgment the Supreme Court ordered re-opening of all the cases and said even the incumbent ministers were appearing before the courts which was a clear indication that the government was implementing the verdict. He further said that as desired by the Supreme Court, the number of judges of Ehtesab Courts would be increased so as to expedite disposal of cases. About accountability, the Prime Minister said that army and judiciary had their own accountability system and even Parliament could not interfere in them. Against this the Public Accounts Committee and NAB hold accountability of the holders of the public offices. The Prime Minister said that he was enjoying good relations with all the state institutions and he did not want any confrontation with them. He said that all institutions should work under the prescribed limits. He welcomed the remarks of the Chief Justice of Pakistan that the judiciary would protect the democracy and sovereignty of the parliament. The Prime Minister backed the Leader of the Oppositions proposal that 35 contract employees of the National Assembly should be regularized. He said that the concerned committee headed by Federal Minister for Labour and Manpower, Syed Khurshid Shah was taking steps to resolve the issue of regularization of the 132 contract doctors. Earlier, the leader of the opposition Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan held out an assurance that the opposition would standby with the Government, if any undemocratic or unconstitutional move was launched. He, however, said that the opposition would not support any move against independence of the judiciary. He said that if there were any legal or constitutional issues regarding implementation of the NRO verdict then the appropriate forum was the apex court and not the parliament. Ch Nisar Ali Khan said that the President enjoys immunity within Pakistan and not abroad. He said that the President had been talking about the conspiracies and if he was part of the parliament then he should take the National Assembly and Senate into confidence over the issue. Later, the National assembly also passed 'The National Command Authority Bill 2009. Opposition parties including PML-N and PML-Q did not oppose the Bill, however they recommended some amendments in several clauses of the bill. Meanwhile, members and chairman of the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges filed the report of the Standing Committee on the move of MNA, Rana Afzal Hussain. Speaking on the point of order, PPP legislator and Parliamentary Secretary of Commerce Noor Aalam criticised Pakistan Cricket Board for ignoring the talent in the country. He added that two talented players from Peshawar had made records in Quid-e-Azam Trophy but the PCB was neglecting them. MNA Raza Hayat Hiraj, on the point of order, said that the Government should take action against Chief Secretary Punjab according to the law and Interior Minister, Rehman Malik should submit the report in the House about the incident. However, replying to Hiraj, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said that he was in touch with concerned official in Punjab. Talking about the increasing incident of kidnapping for ransom in Karachi, he said that Sindh police was working hard to curb such crimes. He said that he would brief the House regarding Karachi incidents today (Friday).