ISLAMABAD (APP) - Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik pointed to plotting violence in Pakistan, especially in Balochistan, from Afghanistan, saying: Plans to destablise the country being devised in Kabul. The conspiracies are being hatched to deteriorate law and order in Balochistan and that the task had been given to five people for disintegration, said the minister while responding to a point of order in the National Assembly on Wednesday. He maintained that the issue would be taken up to the Afghanistans President Hamid Karzai and the Afghan authorities would be apprised of the information obtained by the intelligence agencies about these five people. Separately, he told reporters outside the Parliament House tha he would not talk on the case of Raymond Davis as Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani in National Assembly had given clear cut policy statement of government on this issue. Replying to another question, he rejected the deadline politics of PML-N leadership on 10-point agenda, saying that every issue would be resolved with the consultation of all political parties. He said Pakistan Peoples Party came into power with the strong will of Pakistani people and it would complete its tenure. Parliament is right forum to discuss the public issues and government would always welcome the point of view of every party Malik added. Replying to another question the minister said we are unable to understand the media policy on the issue of cabinet because now government is facing criticism on the downsizing of the cabinet. Malik said $ 26 billion dollar exports was result of excellent policy of the government and requested the overseas Pakistanis to send their remittances through banks as it would help in further boosting the countrys foreign exchange reserves. Malik said the Prime Minister has already made a policy statement on Raymond Davis and that no more comments would now be made on the issue, Geo News reported. In a media talk outside the Parliament House, Rehman Malik said people who had to live away from the country for a period of 10 years should have been more appreciative of the democratic process in the country. He said all should wait for the court decision in the Raymond Davis case. Rehman Malik said there was no need for wooing Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), as the latter was already with the government. There are no deadlines in politics, he said, adding the 10-point agenda should have been through the Parliament.