ISLAMABAD - Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Saturday, in a bid to meet the growing requirements of the people of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, announced to establish three new passport offices in the area. He made this announcement during a meeting with AJK Prime Minister Ch Abdul Majeed, who called on him at the Ministry of Interior. The AJK PM discussed with him the security situation of AJK and the problems of people relating to passports and Computerised National Identity Cards (CNICs). Following the demand of AJK PM, the minister said besides setting up three new passport offices, the AJK police would be imparted training to meet the modern needs, adding that the federal government would provide every support in this regard. In addition, he said the centre would provide immigration support if Muzaffarabad International Airport was constructed. According to a press release issued by the ministry, Rehman Malik said Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) under the leadership of President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani believed in serving the masses and it would continue its policy to ensure betterment in their lives. During the course of meeting, the AJK PM also apprised the minister about the problems of the people of Kashmir while dealing with Custom Department. Malik said that steps would be taken to facilitate the Kashmiris and no custom official would be allowed to use authority beyond limit. Both the leaders also expressed grief and sorrow with the bereaved families of the three Pakistanis who lost their lives during riots in United Kingdom.