ISLAMABAD - Interior Minister Rehman Malik Wednesday said that security of educational institutions would be improved and Interior Ministry would provide 300 civil defence guards to public schools in the federal capital. Talking to media persons after his meeting with the administrations of different educational institutions, Malik said nobody even thought that educational institutions could become target of terrorists. Commenting on Indian allegations, Malik asked India to stop blaming Pakistan. He said Indian Home Minister should first see to things in his own country, as there weare problems there also. Interior Minister said if Indian Prime Minister had some information about terrorist activities in India, he should share the information with the government of Pakistan. He said India was involved in the current deteriorating law and order situation of Balochistan. Talking about security of educational institutions, he said effective measures had been taken to improve security of schools, colleges and universities and for this purpose the federal capital had been divided in seven zones with proper security set-up. He said that a main committee and three sub-committees had also been constituted under the chairmanship of Secretary Interior and vice chancellors to recommend proposals to strengthen security of educational institutions. These committees, he said, would give their recommendations to the Interior Ministry on Monday and after that reopening of educational institutions would be decided. Malik said purpose to close educational institutions was to improve their security and it was not due to the fear of terrorists.