Federal Information Minister, Qamar-uz-Zaman Kaira has informed media that no decision regarding resumption of NATO supply has, so far, been made. Briefing the media after the meeting of the federal cabinet, he assured that all would be accomplished within the framework of National interest(s), and there would be no compromise over National integrity, ever. He assured that the Nation would not be kept in dark about the issue(s), while full prudence and responsibility would be practiced in making the decision. He also announced that Pakistan had been unconditionally invited to the NATO’s Chicago moot. Deliberating over other aspects of the federal cabinet meeting, he said that Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani also took the cabinet into confidence over the verdict of Supreme Court, besides detailing about his recent UK visit. The Prime Minister also congratulated Syed Khurshid Shah and others over holding a successful PPP public rally, while he also informed the cabinet meeting regarding his contacts with opposition elements over the appointment of a new election commissioner. The Federal cabinet meeting was prioritized into a one-unit agenda of power sector (energy crisis), during which a ‘comprehensive stock’ regarding the issue was deliberated. Federal Petroleum Minister, Dr. Asim Hussain, Finance Minister Dr. Abdul Hafiz Sheikh, and Minister of Water and Power, Syed Naveed Qamar also briefed the cabinet in their respective fields. Among many decisions approved by the cabinet, included were full assistance to energy sector, which also included formation of an energy committee, comprising of Finance, water and Power, Petroleum and information ministers, and additional participation of Governor State Bank and deputy chairman planning. Crackdown on electricity theft would also be carried out with due assistance of interior ministry, while Rs158 billion of outstandings owed by Provincial governments and various governmental departments to WAPDA were also considered by the federal cabinet.