Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said he will quit his office if Blackwater, found operating anywhere in Pakistan. Rehman Malik on Saturday said that government would soon take action in Dara Adam Khel and Bara to flush out terrorists in wake to recent relentless bomb blasts in Peshawar, adding he also protested over interference in Balochistan from Afghanistans side in a meeting with Central Intelligence Agency Chief Leon Panetta. Talking to media person after attending meeting of Senate Standing Committee on Interior, he said terrorists were on run after operation in South Waziristan and thus gathered in surrounding areas of Peshawar. We will chase these terrorists where ever they hide, he said. The minister said federal government would give all out support to NWFP government as it was in the state of war. We have given additional force to Peshawar and introducing new security system, dispatching security equipments that also include mobile scanners. Replying to a question, he said the government had categorically told CIA Chief to stop interference in Balochistan from Afghanistan. We have openly told that our greatest reservation is interference in Balochistan and it should be stopped immediately. He said the government had also raised this issue with Afghan government. On Dr. Afiya issue, the minister said I have constituted a committee of FIA and police to investigate circumstance under which Dr. Afiya was abducted from the country. A two member team will visit USA to interview Dr. Afia how she was abducted and where she remained during her detention. Rehman Malik said Interior Ministry has also requested foreign affairs to take this issue diplomatically with US authorities. Answering a question, he said there was no blackwater in Pakistan. Rehman Malik said pervious government allowed Dinacore, a contractor to US forces, to assist in transportation of goods from Pakistan. I have held meeting with security agencies and home security how to regularize presence of Dinacore and bring it under ambit of law. Rehman Malik also rejected a report published in Washington Post quoting two former intelligence official that Mullah Omar has taken refuge in Karachi. If they have information about his whereabouts share it with us so that we arrest him. First they talked about presence of Taliban Shoura in Quetta and now giving fabricated reports of Mulla Omars presence in Karachi. He said the mobile scanners from China will reach Pakistan next month, which will help to foil terror attacks