ISLAMABAD Terming the shifting of Dr Aafia Siddiqui from Afghanistan to the USA negation of the international laws, Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that Islamabad would use political ways to bring Aafia back to the country. Talking to media representatives here on Thursday after attending meeting held in connection with the Pak-USA Strategic Dialogue, Malik said that during the meeting Pakistans delegation informed the US delegation that Dr Aafias shifting from Afghanistan to America was a violation of the international laws. He said that Pakistan had decided to fight politically for Aafias repatriation. The matter of Dr Aafia was discussed and we have decided to use every possible channel to bring her back, he added. He said that Pakistan wanted close relations with the USA in war against terrorism for the sake of regional security and peace. To a query, he said that during the meeting Pakistan conveyed its concerns regarding Brahamdagh Bugti, who is leading insurgency in Balochistan province from Afghanistans capital. Pakistan cannot curb menace of terrorism without the help of US, he opined. While responding to a question regarding Americans allegations levelled against Pakistan premier intelligence agency over its alleged links with the militants, he said that Pakistan premier agency played a significant role in ongoing war on terror, therefore, such allegations were baseless. He categorically rejected the false propaganda, being made by Americans, as some US-based reports alleged that Osama Bin Laden and his lieutenant Mullah Mohammad were present in Pakistan. Malik said that the US should not level such allegations and if it has any evidence then it should be presented before the Pakistan.