Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani says that he feels no threat from the judiciary. Speaking at a ceremony held to mark National Book Day here, Prime Minister Gilani said judiciary is his friend and that he has asked his son to face courts in ephedrine case.
He said issues of Kashmir, Siachen and Sir Creek would be resolved through talks. “We want good ties with our neighbors,” he said.
In a light manner, the prime minister said most of the good books were written in jails and that he too wrote his book in jail.