ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister for Interior Rehman Malik on Saturday said that the family of Maulvi Fazlullah, chief of Tahreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Swat Chapter, had been detained and they were being treated with respect and dignity. He said this while talking to the media men after a meeting, held in connection establishing a jail in Islamabad, at the Interior Ministry on Saturday. We have arrested the family members of Fazlullah and they are under the custody of the government. They are being treated with respect and dignity, however, Fazlullah himself have never respected any family, the Interior Minister said. Rehman Malik also said that the militants were receiving aid from other countries and the government of Pakistan was taking all measures to stop their supply lines. Simultaneously, the government is in contact with international community to stop the supply of arms and funds to the militants. I talked to my Afghan counterpart on Friday and he was very kind to offer maximum cooperation in countering terrorism, Malik added. He further informed that Afghan Interior Minister would soon visit Pakistan and discuss the issue in details. He also clarified that he did not blame Afghanistan but there might be some non-state actors who were misusing Afghan soul against Pakistan. Later, he also informed of the proceeding of the meeting and said that two sites were under consideration for setting up a jail in the federal capital. Responding to a question regarding meetings with religious scholars, held the other day, the Minister said that the five boards of religious seminaries had extended their support to the government for countering extremists and agreed that their should be a unified admission procedure for all seminaries till the mid of August this year. We want to add some modern subjects like mathematics, computer and sciences etc to seminaries curricula enabling its students to compete graduates of other schools. Also a unified system of admission shall stop terrorists to use madaris as safe havens for them, the Interior Minister said.