MULTAN - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani categorically declared on Sunday all foreign nationals held by the security agencies would be treated under national laws. We have our own laws. We have our courts. Well treat them according to the law, Gilani said while answering a question on the fate of arrested foreign nationals. The Prime Minister was talking to the journalists after inaugurating a Rs2.77 billion Workers Complex Multan Project. About 1,008 houses, to be given to the registered workers, will be constructed on 40 acres of land under this project and each house costs Rs2.1 million. To a query on Afghan President Hamid Karzais recent visit to Pakistan, Gilani said Pakistan supported reconciliation strategy advanced by him. Referring to resumption of Pak-India dialogue, the PM reiterated that Pakistan wanted to maintain good relations with India. He said a committee headed by Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi was formed by the government to hold talks with India. Ill talk to you on this issue once the dialogue is held, he added. Earlier, addressing the participants of inauguration ceremony, Gilani said it was the policy of PPP government to fix minimum wage of a labourer at Rs6,000. Ill direct all provincial governments to ensure implementation of this policy, he added. He informed the government was going to introduce a new labour policy very soon and all dictatorial laws would be abolished. He said the labourers would be given right to appeal. He said the government followed the vision of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto as it made the labourers shareholders in all privatised organisations. He said it was the biggest contribution of PPP government that it empowered the tenants and labourers in far-flung and remote areas of the country in the light of Benazir Bhuttos policy. The hospitals, schools, mosques and community halls are being constructed for the labourers under this policy, he added. He welcomed a medical college project to be launched by the Punjab Workers Welfare Board in Multan for the children of labourers, saying 50 percent of the total students would get free education in this college. He also announced 22 ambulances for the social security hospitals in Multan from Punjab Social Security. He said the PPP government was faced with multiple challenges like price hike, loadshedding and unemployment. We have serious realisation of these problems. Were evolving policies to control the situation and offer relief to the public, he added. He said he had directed the ministers to visit far-flung areas, listen to the problems being faced by the public and resolve them at the spot. Speaking on this occasion, Federal Minister for Labour Syed Khurshid Shah said the government would construct 27,000 houses for the registered workers in 2010-2011. He said all-out measures would be adopted for the uplift of labourers. It is the credit of incumbent PPP government that it has repealed all draconian laws of Musharraf regime, reinstated those who were fired from their jobs on political grounds and confirmed the jobs of thousands of contract workers across the country, he added. He announced that a medical college for the children of workers would be established in Multan. Earlier, the Prime Minister unveiled the plaque of the project while the federal minister Syed Khurshid Shah briefed him on the project. Besides participating in the walima ceremony of son of a PPP MPA from Multan, Syed Nazim Hussain Shah, the Prime Minister also held meetings with the delegations of lawyers, heads of state-run schools and college as well as citizens. APP adds: While addressing a lawyers delegation which met him under the leadership of President Multan High Court Bar Association Qamar-uz-Zaman Butt and President District Bar Association Multan Sher Zaman Qureshi at Circuit House, the PM said the present government believed in the supremacy of law and constitution. We wanted that judiciary, parliament and administration work within their parameters which will strengthen the institutions. Meanwhile, Prime Minister gave away keys of 15 buses worth over Rs57 million to principals of nine colleges. The keys of buses were given under the Prime Ministers Package to a delegation of principals which met him at Circuit House.