ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - Interior Minister Rehman Malik admitted Monday that a corruption of 1.6 million Saudi Riyals was carried out in Haj arrangements and promised to share the details of probe being conducted into the issue. Speaking in the Lower House of the Parliament, Malik said the officials involved in the scam would be brought to justice, adding, We are still investigating the scandal. Malik further told the House that that he had formally requested the prime minister for immediate approval of Accountability Bill. He rejected the Transparency International reported while terming it as false and fabricated. He said the media trial of the government was not a fair exercise. Abusing and insulting us on private TV channels is not democracy, he commented. He said the NAB was playing an unbiased and impartial role to unveil the culprits in corruption. NAB and FIA are our trustworthy organisations and we are proud of them, he remarked, adding, Clash of institutions in not our cup of tea. Rehman said some anti-state elements wanted to destabilise the country; however, they would not be allowed to succeed in their notorious aims. Rehman said there was no last word in politics and all options always remained open, adding that he had not contacted the MQM over the recent developments. MQM is an independent political party while the PPP is separate party and have its own manifesto, he added.