We need not worry as WikiLeaks will not affect relations of Pakistan with friendly states: Kaira.—File photo

LALA MUSA: Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira said that WikiLeaks is not a divine gospel that is above any doubt, adding that relations with other countries are based on realities not on speculations.

Talking to media person here on Saturday, Kaira said “We need not worry as WikiLeaks will not affect relations of Pakistan with friendly states.”

Answering a question about the RGST, he said that the PML-N is being convinced on the matter and hoped that efforts in this regard would succeed.

The mninister said that PML-N had singed the RGST in a meeting presided over by the prime minister in the presence of federal and Punjab finance secretaries and others, but now it is opposing it.

The RGST bill would be tabled in the Parliament after agreement of all the allied parties, he added.

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