New Delhi, Dec 16 (): Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik in the conclusion of his three-day visit said that the growing relationship between the two neighbours and the joint efforts taken by the people of both the countries would certainly help in reducing the threat of terrorism and bring peace and stability in the region.
“It is time to root out the danger of terrorism and create a safe and secured atmosphere for the coming generation as enough loss of life has been faced by both India and Pakistan,” said Pakistan Minister Rehman Malik in a function hosted by the association of Indian Bar President Pravin H Parekh.
Admitting that both the countries should forget the dark days, Malik added that Pakistan’s relationship with India had been improving these days. The journey towards peace has improved a lot and am sure with the new visa regime it will have a good impact on both the countries, said Mr Malik.
Malik requested not to create any more negativity and to have a positive thinking in order to make the relationship between both the countries still stronger. Adding that Pakistan is looking forward to have better ties with India, Malik condemned all kinds of terrorism that had till now taken place.
“Pakistan will definitely do justice to the Mumbai blast and bring the perpetuators to book as trial of seven accused is in progress in Pakistani courts,” added Rehman Malik.
In spite of being arrested three times Jamaatud Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed was granted bail due to lack of evidence against the LeT chief, said Rehman Malik.
Earlier Malik discussed matters of mutual interest with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in which he conveyed sentiments of the people of Pakistan. The meeting also included exchange of parliamentary delegations, and security in the region. He also met the leader of opposition Sushma Swaraj, said sources.