RAWALPINDI (Agencies) A National Accountability Bureau court on Monday summoned Interior Minister Rehman Malik over revived corruption charges after the Supreme Court scrapped the controversial National Reconciliation Ordinance, his lawyer said. The accountability court has summoned my client to appear on January 2. Mr Malik will appear in court. We are not afraid of appearing in the courts, the ministers defence lawyer Amjad Iqbal told reporters in Rawalpindi. The summons in Rawalpindi comes three days after a similar summons from a court in Karachi. My client is busy in the war on terror. He is doing his work with courage and bravery. We are sure that we will get justice from the courts, said Iqbal. Responding to a question, he said Malik had not gone abroad on his own liking but he had life threats from some persons. The court heard two references against Malik and ordered to present the record of these references in the court. In an interview with CNN on Sunday, Malik said he does not fear his day in court because he has done nothing wrong. The allegations are false, therefore, Im not worried at all, Malik said and added We think that its good that we go through that process and clear our names, though our names are already clear. Malik vowed that neither the case, nor criticism from opponents, will distract him from fulfilling his duties. I have become even more aggressive in my work, he said. I have given the commitment to my nation that we will flush out the Taliban.