ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani while reiterating that Pakistan will never allow its soil to be used for terrorist activities has expressed concern that the chances of Talibans infiltration into Pakistan would increase with the deployment of more US troops in Afghanistan. Talking to media persons after attending a function here, the Prime Minister said he had already talked to the US official dignitaries about the possible pressure on militants to move into Pakistan due to the presence of increased US military personnel in Afghanistan. The Premier emphasised that the areas near Pak-Afghan border would be monitored strictly and urged that there was need to increase intelligence and defence cooperation with allied forces in Afghanistan. He said the US authorities had promised to have greater interaction and an enhanced intelligence sharing between the countries. He said the meeting between President Asif Ali Zardari and PML-N leader Shahbaz Sharif would be held on Monday to discuss law and order situation in Punjab and the recent Lahore bomb blasts. About the ongoing military operation in Malakand, he said it would continue against all anti-state elements including the foreign militants including Chechens and Uzbeks. He said drug money was being used by the militants for their survival, and added that the government had sufficient proof in that regard. He said the government was taking effective steps for the uplift of displaced persons following the line of 3Rs - Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction. He said it was the governments resolve to facilitate the IDPs, and appealed to the international donors to come forward for the assistance of displace persons. Responding to a question, he said that IDPs scarified for Pakistan and future generation of the country. He underlined that in the first step, Rs 25,000 were being provided to IDPs while amount would be given to them for the reconstruction of their houses and to start their business after their return. He added that under reconstruction phase, the government would assess the situation for the reconstruction of affected areas. Answering a question, the Prime Minister said that the government wanted to ensure good governance and media could play key role in that regard. Earlier, addressing the ceremony to distribute regularisation letters to the contractual employees of Pakistan Television (PTV) here at PM Secretariat, the Prime Minister said a new labour policy would soon be announced to end all legislation against the workers. He recalled that in his maiden address to the nation, he announced a minimum wage of Rs 6,000, and said a committee would soon be constituted to ensure that it was being implemented across the country. About the regularisation of PTV employees, he said it was a difficult decision but was taken as his party had pledged to do so and it was part of its manifesto. He said he was pleased to fulfil a long-standing demand of the PTV employees and hoped that they would work hard to make their organisation a success.