ISLAMABAD - Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Wednesday admitted that he was in contact with British Parliamentarian Lord Nazir Ahmed but rebutted his allegations that he ever stopped him for liaising with Zulfiqar Mirza and accompanying him to the Sctoland Yard meeting in connection with the Dr Imran Farooq murder case. He was responding to the specific question of this correspondent outside the Parliament House regarding the recent allegations of Lord Nazir levelled against Malik . "I have telephonic contacts with Lord Nazir. I also rang him up to inquire after him when some unknown persons had attacked him in Manchester along with Dr Mirza, some days back," he categorically said adding, "I say this on oath that I never called him to stop him attending Scotland Yard meeting about Dr Imran Farooq murder case." Malik at the same time said that you (media) should not compel me to disclose all things about this matter. Responding to another question about the health of President Asif Ali Zardari, he said that the stance of the Presidency on the issue was enough and should be admitted at all. He further said that some people were spreading rumours about the fall of the incumbent government from the very first day of its formation but this practice should be stopped further as they had to face disappointment all the time. Lord Nazir, some days ago, had alleged that Rehman Malik had called him and stopped him from liaising with Dr Zulfiqar Mirza, former Home Minister Sindh, and not to accompany him to the Scotland Yard meeting about Imran Farooq murder case. Nazir had further said that Rehman Malik had also stopped him from supporting Mirza and offering him help for arranging his meetings with Scotland Yard in connection with the investigations of Dr Farooq. Lord Nazir had said that Rehman Malik had in fact attempted to "prevent the course of justice" and he would consult his lawyers to see if charges could be brought against the Interior Minister. Dr Mirza, prior to leaving for London, had said that he would hand over important evidences about the murder of Dr Imran Farooq in his meeting with Scotland Yard police.