ISLAMABAD - Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Malik Amad Khan Wednesday told the Upper House that the government had no intention to raise the issue of extensive body search of Pakistani passengers at US airports through the OIC platform. The Minister expected the issue could be resolved more speedily thorough bilateral engagements. We dont want to club ourselves with the countries having no proper security arrangements by raising the issue through OIC, Malik Amad maintained while responding to a question during the Question Hour. Senators Haji Adeel and Haroon Akhtar called for extending a reciprocal treatment to the US nationals visiting Pakistan. The Minister said he was in favour of this reciprocal treatment but said it was in the purview of the Ministry of Interior. Chairman Senate Farooq H Naek referred a privilege motion moved by Senator Saleh Shah against the Political Agent of South Waziristan Agency to the concerned committee of the House. Haji Adeel on a point of order alleged that the federal govt was providing water from Khanpur Dam, situated in NWFP, to Islamabad and Rawalpindi without approval of the provincial government. On this Minister for Water and Power Raja Pervez Ashraf said that Executive Committee of the National Economic Council had approved the provision of drinking water from Khanpur Dam to the two cities in 1992. Senator Zafar Ali Shah criticised the govt for requesting UN to delay the Benazir Bhuttos assassination case report. Senator Prof Khurshid drew attention of the government to the gross violation of rules in Pakistani School in Syria. State Minister for Foreign Affairs Malik Amad said that the Ministry was enquiring into the news and report would soon be presented in the House. Senator Shahid Bugti protested against Navys taking over of security arrangements of Gwadar Port. Minister for Ports and Shipping Babar Ghori said that Navy had no responsibility to provide security to the Port. He said local residents would be hired for the purpose. Ilyas Bilour quoted the Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan as saying that Pakistan was not interested in the import of electricity from Iran at cheaper rates. He also criticised WAPDA for installing new electricity meters after every two years. The House unanimously passed the Bank (Nationalization) (Amendment) Bill, 2004.