Interior Minister Rehman Malik . — File Photo

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Tuesday said that several accused involved in the Kohistan terrorist attack have been identified.

Talking to media representatives outside the Parliament House, he said that the joint investigation team and law enforcement agencies are working to nab the terrorists.

The minister said the enemies of Pakistan want to destabilise the country by such acts.

To a question, Malik said Osama bin Laden’s family entered the country illegally. The minister said he is ready to appear before the Abbottabad Inquiry Commission whenever required.

Furthermore, the interior minister said that the visa policy for the Afghan refugees was being reviewed.

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