ISLAMABAD - Interior Minister Rehman Malik informed the National Assembly on Wednesday that the government was mulling to introduce a new strategy to screen all the foreign scholarships as well as to change its visa policy to counter the menace of terrorism in the country. While responding to the queries of many parliamentarians regarding law and order situation in the country said that under the new mechanism, the government would screen all the foreign private scholarships being provided to Pakistanis in order to check who was funding the same. He said that new mechanism would be introduced within a few days to see whether some countries might not recruiting persons from Pakistan on the pretext of scholarships. The Minister said that in future no one could avail the private scholarship without getting No Objection Certificate (NOC). He also said that the government would scrutinize the particulars of representatives of foreign companies and non-governmental organizations operating in Pakistan. Rehman Malik informed the Lower House that the passport form would be elaborated very soon and it would be mandatory for every applicant to provide his full CV prior to acquiring his passport. Pakistani visa seekers will also have to submit their detailed particulars as being practised in developed countries, he added. He told the parliamentarians that it would be compulsory for all foreign companies operating in Pakistan to submit an affidavit containing details of their employees and their activities. He said that law and order was the responsibility of the provincial governments as the duty of federal government was to give a policy on it only.