ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that President Zardari can keep two offices at a time and there is no constitutional or legal bar whatsoever. In a brief chat with media persons here on Monday, Prime Minister Gilani said that Maulana Fazlur Rehman could form a new coalition if he wanted so and quickly added that they were having no problem in working with him. He further said that Pakistan Peoples Party would continue to follow its policy of reconciliation and would not abandon Fazl but if he wanted to quit the coalition, he was free to do so. To his comment regarding the mentor of NRO, Prime Minister Gilani said that he was quoted out of context, adding that he had just said that court should also summon the mentor of NRO. Earlier, addressing the World Telecom Information Society (WTIS) Day function Prime Minister Gilani said that the fibre optic connectivity among districts of Pakistan would serve as digital highways leading towards prosperous Pakistan. Connectivity and informational capacity will determine wealth and power in our time, he added. The Government policies and public-private joint initiatives for promotion of innovation and ICTs advancement under the umbrella of National ICT R&D Fund and Universal Service Fund will serve to reduce the economic gap between technological haves and have-nots, he said. The Prime Minister said in the ecosystem of Information Society, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are playing its catalytic role. The importance of ICTs lies in its ability to create greater access to resources in time-critical situations, he said. The success stories of progressing nations, he said, shows that when ICTs are placed in an enabling environment and adapted to the needs of those who use them, they can improve their livelihoods. He stressed the need to bridge the digital divide for betterment of life and disaster management. The importance of telecommunications was on display after the earthquake, which devastated northern areas of Pakistan and most recently in Haiti, especially during the reconstruction phase, he said. The theme of this years observance, Better Cities, Better Life with ICTs, is a reminder that there is a need to take initiatives aimed at achieving greener, safer, healthier, prosperous, inclusive and well-managed cities backed by progressive and innovative policies which treat cities and electronic technologies in parallel, the Prime Minister said. He said the National ICT R&D Fund Company has to inculcate the innovative culture of R&D in ICT arena.