LAHORE - Federal Railways Minister Haji Ghulam Ahmed Bilour has said that not only the foreign but the internal forces are involved in the suicide blasts in the country. The Mullas, who played vital role in the US war against USSR and received dollars from the former, are now bent upon brain-washing of the people committing suicide attacks, he said. He said that Swat operation would likely to be ended within a week. Talking to media after administering oath to newly-elected office-bearers of International Commission for Human Rights (ICHR) at a local hotel on Friday, he said the explosions and suicide attacks in various parts of the country are the reaction of so-called Jehad initiated back in 1979, which was nothing but the US-USSR war. He said that from the day first, we have been opposing such Jehad due to its dire and awful consequences but no one paid any heed to our viewpoint, he added. He feared that Pakistan might once again face Fall of Dhaka like situation, if the Internally Displace Persons (IDPs) are barred to go anywhere in the country. The minister said that IDPs are Pakistanis and have full right to go anywhere freely in their country and their stoppage to any province would lead to racial confrontations. He said that its was a huge conspiracy against Pakistan to weaken economy, industry and investment through coward acts of terrorism. To a question, the minister said that NWFP went for Swat Peace Accord only when no effective action was being taken against the extremists, who were killing hundreds of innocent people and had blown up many schools and official buildings. Bilour added that government started military operation only after the extremists breached the accord and continued their inhuman activities. While, Maulana Sufi Muhammad went to the extent by terming as unjustified even the Pakistans Constitution, Parliament, Supreme Court and entire democratic set up of the country. Sufi Muhammad and Fazlullah have now went underground and the armed forced are tracing them, he added. He said that government and the people of Pakistan are assisting the IDPs, who have not received any foreign aid yet. The ICHR Chairman Chaudhry Nasir Muhammad Ali, Central President Sohail Akhtar Malik Advocate and others also addressed the oath-taking ceremony.