ISLAMABAD Minister for Interior Rehman Malik Wednesday assured VIP security for press clubs and media outlets besides promising to issue arms licenses to journalists here on Wednesday. During a visit to National Press Club, Islamabad, a day after the suicide attack on Peshawar Press Club, Malik told journalists that he had directed Provincial Interior Ministries to ensure foolproof security arrangements for press clubs and offices of newspapers and TV channels. I have ordered NADRA to install CCTV cameras in and around the building of the National Press Club and have also ordered the Police to set up a check post for the security of the NPC, Malik said. He also assured construction of a boundary wall around the NPC as well as installation of walk-through gates. He also said that on the directives of the Prime Minister, journalists working in war zones would be provided free of cost transport to cover events. The Minister said that arms licenses would be issued to each and every journalist for their protection, saying that even applications of journalists for the arms of prohibited bores would be considered. On the occasion, Malik also announced that news channels would be allowed to have bulletproof vehicles and promised to provide 100 bulletproof jackets to Peshawar Press Club. Interior Minister also paid rich tributes to security personnel rendering sacrifices in the war against terrorism and said that terrorist leaders were on the run due to launch of successful military operations by the armed forces of Pakistan. He said he also termed Taliban as Zaliman, adding he saluted the Ulema for giving fatwas against terrorist attacks in Pakistan. Responding to a question, Interior Minister said that Ajmal Kasab was under trial in Indian courts and that Pakistan respected Indian courts and expected Indian authorities to respect Pakistani courts. He also said that investigations were underway against Hafiz Saeed. The Minister offered to resign if someone proved that foreigners caught with unlicensed arms were freed on his directives. He said no foreigner was intercepted in Pakistan before this government. The Minister also paid tribute to the media, saying that the media supported the government on its call against the terrorist elements. Later, Malik also took part in a protest demonstration outside the National Press Club against the suicide attack on Peshawar Press Club. Agencies add: CCTV footage of suicide attack on Peshawar Press Club has been released in which a 17 to 18 years old boy is seen entering the Club. A 17 to 18 years old boy tried to enter the Club and after exchanging harsh words with police headconstable Riaz, he stopped him and asked him to prove his identity. The bomber insisted to go in and after few seconds he blew himself up. The bomber was six feet tall and at the time of the attack three other persons who were unaware about the arrival of suicide bomber were also talking to each other.