| GEO Pakistan|
| Lenience possible if terrorists surrender right now: Rehman|
| Updated at: 0139 PST, Sunday, October 11, 2009|
ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik said days of terrorists are numbered and that if terrorists surrender right now, they may expect leniency.
Talking to Geo News, the Federal Minister said we had no prior information about the attack on GHQ, although a major terror activity in Rawalpindi/Islamabad had been reported.
“Terrorists have no link with Islam. Those who term Pakistan as a failed state will not be successful.”
The Minister said all terror activities have links in Northern Waziristan and the situation demands an inevitable operation in the region.
“Days of terrorists are numbered; they might expect leniency, if surrender right now.”
Rehman Malik advised landholders not to rent out their property on temporary basis to any foreigner or local person.
New Delhi will have to provide concrete evidences for the arrest of Hafiz Saeed, he added.