ISLAMABAD - Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik  met President Pervez Musharraf at Presidency here on Thursday, sources revealed. "The purpose of the meeting was to convey an important message of Pakistan Peoples Party's mainstream leader to the President," well-placed sources told this scribe. Sources also disclosed that both Rehman Malik and President Musharraf exchanged views about Prime Minister's visit to United States and Malik also sought President's help to make PM's visit successful. "During the meeting, the performance of government and the economic condition of the country also came under discussion. However, Malik also briefed the President on the security situation of the country," sources informed. Monitoring Desk adds: Rehman Malik said India is backing terror activities in Pakistan. He said that proofs in this regard would be brought forth soon. In an interview with a private TV channel, Rehman said that President Musharraf, through NWFP Governor, has his role in FATA policy. He said that operation in Bara was launched on the request and complaint of Awami National Party leadership. Rehman held Mangal Bagh, Namdar and Mehboobul Haq responsible for the law and order situation in Bara. The government has established its writ in FATA, he said, adding that a South Waziristan peace pact would be signed in early August. To a question about Balochistan, he said the government had contacted all Baloch leaders including Abdul Hai Baloch and Akhtar Mengal. He said that Barahmdagh Bugti was being backed by India, and proofs in this connection would be presented soon. He said Afghanistan had not yet replied to Pakistan's offer about investigation into attack at Indian Embassy in Kabul. Back-channel diplomacy between Pakistan and India is under way, he said hoping a good news soon.