MULTAN: Former prime minister and senior PPP leader, Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, said on Friday that all problems would be resolved on table provided dialogues with Taliban succeeded.
Talking to mediapersons at local airport, he said the government should go for dialogue with Taliban by keeping in view the national interests.
He claimed that USA did not carry out even a single drone attack during the seven months of his tenure and they had stopped Nato supply.
Gilani added that all political parties had mandated the incumbent government for dialogues with Taliban in All Parties Conference.
To a question about Pak-Iran gas pipeline, he said that it was a sensitive issue, adding that if it was delayed, the country will have to pay penalty for it.
He said that appointment of new Chief Justice of Pakistan was a routine matter.
Gilani disclosed that summary for the selection of new Chief of Army Staff should has been submitted six months ago as it was in the national interest.
He said that National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had not served him with any notice so far and if it happened they would welcome as they were used to it.