LONDON - Federal Minister for Interior Rehman Malik has said that the row between the PML-N and MQM is purely their own problem; however, he is prepared for overture if both the parties ask him for it. Talking to media persons after a meeting with British Interior Minister Allen Johnson on Wednesday, Rehman said he could not pass a judgment in favour of Nawaz Sharif or Altaf Hussain while watching a TV programme. The PPP cant give its stance unless something comes to light. His party is impartial in this matter, he said. Malik once again asserted that Baitullah Mehsud had been killed saying he had unconfirmed information that Hakimullah Mehsud and Wali-ur-Rehman Mehsud too, had met their end in the infighting for Taliban leadership. Rehman Malik informed reporters that President Asif Ali Zardari would meet the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown to chalk out the future line of action prior to the meeting of Friends of Pakistan, which is scheduled to be held in New York next month. Meanwhile, in chat with The Nation, Rehman said no red warrant of Hafiz Saeed had been received from Interpol. If we get any red warrants, we shall look into the matter, he said. Meanwhile, an MQM deputation had a meeting with Malik in London and discussed with him the upcoming meeting between Zardari and Altaf Hussain, scheduled today (Thursday).