ISLAMABAD Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Saturday backtracked his stance in a surprising move when he said that that government did not intend to send any questionnaire to Pervez Musharraf to probe him in connection with the assassination of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto He in categorical terms said that the government had taken no decision to include former President, General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf in the high profile murder case. He was talking to media persons after chairing a high level meeting at FIA headquarters along with DG, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), Waseem Ahmed. However, he avoided to give the answer to a question that whether there was any proposal under consideration by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) of FIA probing the case to include Musharraf in the probe in near future and ambiguously said that he would brief the media later. Earlier, when the media flashed the news on November 23 that JIT was sending a 32-page questionnaire to Pervez Musharraf related to the security arrangements provided to the ex-premier, Rehman Malik while endorsing the media news at Karachi had said that similar type of questionnaires would also be sent to some other persons. However, the Interior Minister while answering a question at FIA headquarters clarified that the questionnaires would be sent to only those persons against whom Benazir Bhutto in her life had shown apprehensions about possible life threats from them. We are consulting Law Ministry in this regard to decide the modus operandi, he added. The Minister in connection with the investigations of Mumbai attacks said that the only cause to bring the culprits to justice was the non-cooperative behaviour of Indian authorities. To a question regarding expression of dissatisfaction of his Indian counterpart over trial of accused of Mumbai attacks in Pakistan, he said that the delay in the trail of accused involved in the Bombay attacks was due to the procedural methods and there was no delay on part of Pakistani government. Our courts have rejected the voice samples of Ajmal Kasab, our courts require validation of his statement and we have written this to India. He said that the government had proposed India to allow the visit of Pakistani Commission to New Delhi for validation of Ajmal Kasabs statement, but India has yet not given any response, the Minister informed. He said that Hindu extremist organisations were involved in most of the incidents of terrorism that took place in India adding that it was not reasonable to held responsible the Pakistans premier intelligence agency for these terrorist activities. I never alleged India at any time when incidents of terrorism took place in Pakistan, he added. Rehman Malik proposed that Pakistan and India should unite under the banner of friendship and against terrorists. To a question, he said that he would give his view on the WikiLeaks after these would be disseminated. I personally and my staff was receiving life threats for openly speaking against the terrorists but I will continue this practice, come what may, the Minister said. Malik also announced a 10 million reward for those citizens along with the provision of proper security who would provide needful information about the terrorists. The government would also facilitate the informer to settle in any foreign country if he fears that Taliban can hurt them, he said. He also said that most of the terrorists belonged to Khyber Pakhtukhwa. Malik said the two terrorists arrested a day before were tasked to carry out a suicide attack in a mosque of F-8 sector and law enforcement agencies had also received information about the possible threats of attack at the main gate of Parliament. Malik termed it against the sovereignty of the country that Transparency International would oversee the corruption in Pakistani institutions and said that it would not be allowed to do this. If TI had proofs of corruption against any public sector organisation, it should report to FIA, the government itself would proceed against these, he added. He informed that FIA during its ongoing campaign against corruption had nabbed 50 high-level officers involved in 24 cases. He said that the action had been initiated against the corrupt officials of WAPDA, National Insurance Corporation Limited (NICL), Religious Affairs Ministry and other public sector organisations. Agencies add: Malik said that most Taliban belonged to the banned Sunni outfits of Laskhar-e-Jhangvi and Sipah-e-Sahaba. He said the government has broken the back of Taliban and they are breathing their last, adding that the desperate Taliban were carrying out terrorist activities against innocent people in mosques, holy shrines and in public places. He expressed the governments resolve to wipe out these Taliban from the country.