President Asif Ali Zardari has called for international community to give $100 billion in grant for Pakistan's stability and survival. He cited the threat posed by militants along the Pak-Afghan border and the possible economic meltdown, asking world community to provide $100 billions in grant for Pakistan. "I need your help, if we fall, if we can't do it, you can't do it," President Zardari repeatedly said during an interview with a foreign magazine, published on Saturday. In the interview, Zardari also called for a broader free trade agreement with India and said: "India has never been a threat to Pakistan. "I, for one, and our democratic government is not scared of Indian influence abroad," he said.