ISLAMABAD Demanding the trial of former President Musharraf under Article 6, Leader of Opposition in National Assembly Ch. Nisar Ali Khan has asked the treasury benches to take notice of his insulting statement against President Zardari. Talking on the point of order in National Assembly here on Tuesday, Nisar said when opposition criticised President Zardari, they were asked not to defame the President but when a dictator did the same from London, the government did not bother to talk about it in the Lower House or on the media. Despite the fact that I am an Opposition Leader and do not consider him as a former president of the country, we will never allow any dictator to criticise or insult the President, Opposition Leader said. He criticised the government for giving him relaxation. He said that if the treasury benches do not take notice of Musharrafs statement then they would not be able to stop anybody speaking against President Zardari. He urged the MPs of PPP to stand with him against Musharraf. He also wanted to know what would happen to those who were facing cases before promulgation of NRO and urged the government to concentrate on resolution of the problems like sugar crisis. He referred to the media reports that the killing of the suspected terrorists in Islamabad two days ago was a sort of extra-judicial killing. Responding to the opposition leader, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Babar Awan said that it was a democratic and political right of the opposition to criticise policies of the government or performance of the President and the Prime Minister as per constitutional requirements. He said the government would not create hurdle if any court issued warrants against the former President and instead facilitate his execution. He said there was no threat to the President or the PPP from the NRO as propagated by some quarters. About allegations of extra-judicial killing in Islamabad, the Minister said he would take up the issue with the Prime Minister and the Interior Minister and report to the house on Wednesday (today). Earlier, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that only provincial governments cannot meet the challenges so the federal government and all provinces would have to play a vital role in improving the current law and order situation of the country. The PM said that the federal government was providing necessary resources for capacity building of law enforcing agencies. He said resources are being made available even by diverting money from development funds and more funds would be provided during the next financial year. He also urged the provincial governments, public and private institutions and nation to show the courage and same spirit in helping the IDPs of South Waziristan as they showed in serving the IDPs of Malakand division. He said that the militants were targeting personnel of law enforcing agencies after army has taken control of strongholds of terrorists. He said that the terrorists were trying to demoralize personnel of our law enforcing agencies but they would fail in their designs. The Prime Minister paid rich tributes to the troops and members of law enforcing agencies for the sacrifices they are rendering in the war against terror. Meanwhile, Senior Vice President PML-Q Sheikh Waqas Akram introduced a bill in the House suggesting upto 10-year imprisonment for the millers violating the directives of the Competition Commission of Pakistan. The bill was later accepted and forwarded to the concerned committee. Responding to a point of order, Minister for Science and Technology Azam Swati told the Lower House that land mafia was occupying the precious land of Pakistan Council for Industrial and Scientific Research (PCSIR) valuing billions. The minister said that the matter was discussed with both chief ministers and the government would soon resolve the issue. MNA Baleegh-ur-Rehman said that NADRA was providing Form B to the applicants on urgent fee of Rs 500 instead of normal fee of Rs 50. However, replying, Interior Minister Rehman Malik assured the House that he would ensure the availability of Form B on routine price of Rs 50. Members of Parliament highlighted the role of Allama Iqbal and paid tributes to him. MNA Bushra Rehman, Hamid Saeed Kazmi, Sardar Bahadur, Ahsan Iqbal, Farzana Raja and Kamran Khan expressed their views about Allama Iqbal.