ISLAMABAD - Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Monday said that Capital police have arrested 31 persons including suicide bombers, handlers, masterminds and prevented six suicide attacks in the Federal Capital during last six months. These people, who are now in police custody, were planning to target the important installations in the capital, Rehman Malik told this while addressing a ceremony held by Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) in connection with launching of new initiatives like ITP FM radio and new high-tech driving license. Malik said that high-level conspiracies against Pakistan remained futile due to national unity as well as bravery and valour of our armed forces and law enforcement agencies. He said Pakistan is passing through a situation imposed on it that went back to 30 years when the international conspiracies were hatched against Pakistan to weaken it. He appreciated the services of Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) for being declared as first-ever police organisation in Pakistan but in the South Asia, which has been declared ISO certified in the region through its efforts to provide the best services to the citizens. Talking on Swat situation, Malik said enemies of Pakistan have been flushed out from the area, however, few pockets in NWFP are left. Terrorism cancer has affected our economy, law and order situation. We have a determination as nation to root out the menace of terrorism, he added. He also stressed to remember the sacrifices of those officers and Jawans who lost their lives to safeguard the country. Talking to media men, he said that armed forces have successfully controlled the situation and targeted the extremists commanders. Top commanders have been killed while Fazal Ullah was injured, he disclosed. Stressing on the improvement in police culture, Rehman Malik urged the policemen to enhance partnership with community for friendly police ecology and win the hearts of the people by using polite language. Right use of brain and tongue is key to win the hearts of the people, he maintained. He said that the leadership is aware of the problems of the police force and all out efforts would be made to resolve it. He said that capability and strength of the policemen would be enhanced and Islamabad police would be provided soon an additional strength of 20,000 new policemen. The minister said that 5 per cent quota would be allocated for the policemen in the government housing societies as he had taken into the confidence Minister for Housing and Works in this regard. Out of this, three per cent quota would be only for martyred policemen and those showing good performance. A separate hospital with latest facilities would be set up for the policemen and the special allocation would be made in the next fiscal year for it, he added. Rehman Malik said there would soon be a Pakistan Police Headquarters and all the posting, transfers and other police-related matters throughout the country would be handled by it. He vowed to bring a discipline in police and to make Islamabad police as a model for others. The minister committed to provide IT facilities to Islamabad police and said that a system would be introduced, which would monitor the entire traffic movement. To a question, he said the meetings of the provincial police chiefs are held on regular basis and efforts are underway to enhance the capability of the police force to fight against criminals. Responding to another question, he said Pak Army is for Pakistan and there has been strong coordination between military and the civilian government. He said the Interior Ministry has started a campaign against spreading profane and provoking comments against countrys political leadership via email or short massaging service. Parents of female students, women parliamentarians have also received threatening SMS as well as emails. He said some elements have bee traced and it has been revealed that such emails are being sent through foreign countries and the system used by them is also identified. To a question, he said that militants have been defeated during the military operation.