ISLAMABAD  - Interior Minister Rehman Malik said on Sunday that during his visit to India, he raised the issue of Indian interference in Balochistan.He said that instructions are given by phone from India and that he would soon provide evidence relating to this.Talking to reporters after returning from his India visit, the interior minister said India had presented him information related to Hafiz Saeed, but had not given any evidence. He informed that an Indian delegation would be visiting Pakistan shortly to finalise the terms of reference for the visit of the Pakistan Judicial Commission to India. Following the court’s verification, the judicial commission is expected to visit India early next month, Malik said.Meanwhile, Malik also got some favourable news for cricket fans. He said that Indian foreign minister has agreed to give out unlimited visas rather than only 3,000 cricket fans.Speaking about the attack on Peshawar Airport, Malik said the provincial government had been given intelligence report on December 12 about the possibility of an attack.Malik said Pakistan has helped India a lot to investigate the Mumbai blasts case and everywhere in India the question was raised about the perpetuators of the unfortunate incident.Answering a question, Malik said Pakistan condemns all forms of terrorism as in the war against terror, it has lost 40,000 lives of innocent people. "I had said the Indian media upon arrival at New Delhi that the incidents like 9/11, 26/11, Babri Masjid and whatever happening in Pakistan should not occur as these all brought miseries. He said there is a growing interaction between Pakistan and India as their joint efforts in eliminating menace of terrorism would help bring peace and stability in the two countries.Monitoring Desk adds: According to Indian media, Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Sunday ended a three-day visit to India, triggering another row by alleging that an Indian linked to the Mumbai attacks was actually an Indian intelligence agent. Before flying home, Malik also insisted that Pakistan was in no way involved with the 2008 Mumbai attacks, reported Indian media.At an interaction held here by the Observer Research Foundation, Malik said Pakistan was awaiting ‘substantial evidence’ from New Delhi to act against Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Hafiz Saeed. He admitted that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had made it clear that his trip to Pakistan would be linked to ‘effective action’ taken against those in Pakistan who bled Mumbai. He said Indian national Abu Jundal was a criminal who ‘worked as a source for (an) elite agency of India’ and added that he could have turned into a double agent. Jundal, whose real name is Syed Zabiuddin Ansari, is said to have been present at the Karachi-based "control room" from where the Mumbai attacks were overseen. Jundal was deported from Saudi Arabia and arrested in Delhi in June.Meanwhile, India reacted strongly to Rehman Malik statement that Abu Jundal was an operative of an elite Indian intelligence agency, saying it was a ‘ridiculous’ remark. "Such a statement is ridiculous. Jundal was working with the LeT in Pakistan's soil when the Mumbai terror attack was carried out," Indian Home Secretary RK Singh said. Rehman Malik also pointed to the role of Pakistani American David Coleman Headley, Jundal, SA Ansari and Ilyas Kashmiri in the 26/11 attack, and said that it proved that non-state actors were to blame. "We have non-state actors, you have non-state actors," he said, adding it was important to tell the truth ‘so that we find a way forward’.Malik said a proposed visit by Pakistan's judicial commission to India to cross-examine 26/11 witnesses would help expedite the conviction of the seven arrested in Pakistan in connection with the Mumbai attacks. Malik said the country can set the terms for the visit of the second judicial commission. "Once the procedure ends, we will be able to get conviction."But he stuck to his line about Hafiz Saeed, who India wants deported. Malik said his country required evidence and information provided by the country was not sufficient as it relied on a statement of Ajmal Kasab.He said he had urged Bharatiya Janata Party leader Sushma Swaraj to visit Pakistan to see there was ‘no mass migration’ of Hindus from the country.Malik denied he had compared the 1992 Babri mosque razing with the Mumbai attacks and accused the media of twisting his remarks.  Earlier Sunday, Malik prayed at the shrine of the 14th century Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya. "I prayed to Allah for a harmonious and peaceful relationship between both the countries."