QUETTA - Prime Ministers Adviser on Interior Rehman Malik while terming murder of three Baloch leaders in Turbat a conspiracy to destabilise Pakistan has said that a high-level fact finding committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of IG police Balochistan. 'We want to assure people of Balochistan that govt agencies are not behind the killings of Baloch leaders, he said. He stated this while addressing a Press conference, flanked by Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Muhammad Aslam Raisani and Home Minister Zafarullah Zehri at Governors House on Monday. Rehman arrived at provincial capital Quetta on one-day visit on special directives of Prime Minister to review the law and order situation which deteriorated after killing of the Baloch leaders in Turbat on April 8. Rehman regretted the killings of three Baloch leaders and said that anti-Pakistan elements succeeded in their plot and said a high-level committee had been constituted under the chairmanship of IG police which would unmask the real culprits behind this incident. He informed that Director FIA, Frontier Corps and representatives of other law enforcement agencies would be included in the committee. He said that two members would be included in the committee on discretion of Governor Balochistan and Chief Minister. 'I appeal Baloch brothers to cooperate with committee so that the real culprits be unmasked, he said ,adding, govt had announced Rs 5 million reward for informers about accused involved in killing of Baloch leaders. He said a jirga of civil society would be held to review the situation of Balochistan. While condemning the killing of Baloch leaders, he said that it was a well-knit conspiracy to undermine Pakistan and reiterated that govt agencies were not involved in the killings. 'Anti-Pak forces cant see peace in Balochistan as President and PM have announced constitutional and financial packages for Balochistan to address the grievances of this province, he said. He said that anti-Pakistan elements were hatching conspiracies against Balochistan and through consultation of Governor and Chief Minister Balochistan our team would give in-camera briefing to Provincial Assembly. 'Through this we will bring facts about those elements who are making conspiracies against province and people would be aware of these facts, he added. He said that during in-camera briefing facts about people involved in kidnapping of UNHCR official John Solecki would also be told and reality of those elements who had accepted the responsibility would be surfaced. He thanked Nawab Khair Bakhsh Marri and Nawabzada Harbiyar Marri for playing role in release of John Solecki and said that had they not cooperated perhaps release of UN official would not be possible. He said that a crimes cell has been established which would collect information regarding missing persons. Referring to container incident in which 45 people suffocated to death, he said that committee was formed on directive of Chief Minister and information had been collected regarding driver, cleaner of truck and human traffickers. Responding to a question, he said that govt agencies were not involved in killing of three Baloch leaders and such allegations were baseless. He asked who is providing arms, ammunitions and funding to Taliban and which Islam permits to killing innocent people. He stressed upon the need that in order to bring good name for the country we should demonstrate unity among our ranks and files. Responding to another question regard list of missing Baloch men and women, Prime Ministers adviser said that soon effective development would be made in this regard. He said that missing of 6,000 people was not true. He rejected detention of any women and said that seven woman have been traced who were in their homes in Kohlu. He said that 200 men have been identified and they are in their homes in Balochistan and other parts of country. He said that some people from Balochistan have moved to Afghanistan where they were being trained by other foreign agencies and investigation in this regard is continuing. Earlier, taking to journalist at Quetta Airport, Rehman Malik made it clear that no military drive is being conducted in Balochistan and FC check-posts have been abolished. He said that killing of Baloch leaders was a conspiracy and an attempt to destabilise the country. He said that Baloch are our brothers and their blood will not go waste at any cost. Replying to a question, he said that India has formally sent DNA test reports of Ajmal Kasab and Ismail to Pakistan. 'Kasabs statement will be of fundamental importance in future investigations, he added. He said we wanted to bring culprits to the justice and this is not possible unless both countries cooperate with each other over terrorism issue.