LAHORE - Adviser to Prime Minister on Interior Affairs Rehman Malik has announced that military drive in tribal areas would remain suspended in the month of Ramazan from August 31 till Eid-ul-Fitr. He said that military drive is being stopped temporarily to allow civilians to observe Ramazan in peaceful atmosphere. He said this while talking to the media men after a seminar titled 'Secure Pakistan' organised by Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and sponsored by Netsol Technologies Ltd, held at a local hotel on Saturday. He further said that the military drive would remain suspended in respect of the holy month of Ramazan and would not be considered as a weak point of the govt. He said that if anyone attacked the military during the said span of time, the military would retaliate and that was why he was not using the word ceasefire. 'It is not a ceasefire', he stressed, adding, that 'if they fire a single bullet we will respond with 10 bullets'. If any of the suicide bombers is identified we would take action against his family and will attack his village, he added. He said all the people who have left their home and hearth due to violence, should go back to their homes and keep fast assuring that law enforcement agencies would ensure security of their life and property. He said that peace and development work is still govt's priorities in these areas. To a question, he said 23,000 people have already gone back to their homes. While talking about the missing people, he said that the number of missing people is 811 out of which 77 were already recovered. He said that they have established a committee to probe into the matter. He said that the govt has arrested 562 persons of militant organisations in the recent past. He said satellites are being used to monitor activities of militants and by using these technologies law enforcement agencies have achieved successes. He said people of affected areas have started playing role against militants and not only disallow them to enter their areas but also beat them back and in case of resistance even kill them. While answering a question, he said, govt is strictly pursuing policy of no leniency to militants and would never hold talks with them. He asked media to play its role in fighting militancy in the country and said that militants should not be projected as heroes ,adding, that in India journalists keep national interests supreme and various incidents occurring there are not even reported by TV channels. Responding to a question, the adviser said that resolution, to get Asif Ali Zardari elected, as President of Pakistan would be moved in the Balochistan Assembly after the arrival of legislators from foreign tours. Earlier, addressing the seminar, he said that FIA would create awareness among masses against cyber crime by holding seminars and conferences in this regard. He said tribunals would also be set up to deal with cyber crime during next few months. DG, FIA Tariq Pervez and Project Director National Response Centre for Cyber Crimes Syed Ammar Hussain Jafferi also addressed the seminar.