ISLAMABAD (Agencies) Secretary Interior Qamar Zaman again negated on Monday the presence of Blackwater, DynCorp or any other foreign security agency in the country. Neither the Blackwater and DynCorp nor any other such security agency is operating in the country, he told the National Assembly Standing Committee on Interior. However, members of Nationail Assembly's Standing Committee on Interior said that the private US security firm Blackwater was present in the country. The committee presided over by Abdul Qadir Patel expressed great concern over the statement of US Secretary of Defence Robert Gates regarding presence of Blackwater and DynCorp in Pakistan and Pakistan governments contradiction in this regard. The chairman of the committee questioned the Interior Secretary that if there wasnt Blackwater, then how the US Defence Secretary said that Blackwater and DynCorp were in Pakistan. The members of the committee were also concerned about two different statements of Robert Gates and Interior Secretary regarding functioning of Blackwater in country. Ejaz Virk said that media had quoted JUI-F leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman admitting the presence of Blackwater in the country. MNA Bushra Rehman said that the personnel of Blackwater were freely moving in the country without any restrictions. Abdul Qadir Patel asked the Interior Secretary to probe the unrestricted movement of foreigners in the country and informed the committee at the earliest. Meanwhile, the Secretary Interior informed the committee that the licence of Inter-Risk Security agency has been cancelled for violating rules. The committee recommended that arms licences be issued to the employees of security agencies instead of security agency. The Secretary Interior said that arms licences could not be issued to individual or employee of security agencies because the Interior Ministry would have to cancel each licence after the expiry of job of security agencys personnel. The committee directed the Interior Ministry to submit a report into gang rape of a young girl in Sialkot and recommended strict action against the culprits. The committee discussed registration of Bengali speaking and Afghan nationals and directed the National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) to make the registration of foreigners more transparent. Deputy Chairman NADRA told the committee that CNIC to foreigners were being issued to persons after due verification, adding that Afghan and Bengali speaking were illegally residing in Karachi. The committee meeting was attended by MNAs: Ejaz Virk, Sahabzada Murtaza Amin and Bushra Gohar, while secretary interior and other high officials of the ministry were also present in the meeting.