Pakistan on Saturday proposed the idea of forming a Saarc police force on the pattern of the Interpol, DawnNews reported. Addressing the Saarc interior ministers' conference, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said there should be a Saarc police force to facilitate information exchange in the South Asian region. He further said that Saarc states should also work toward eradication of terrorism from the region. The interior ministers' meeting, chaired by Rehman Malik, was underway in Islamabad. The ministers are to focus on a 13-point agenda set for the meeting by the interior secretaries. The agenda covers aspects like anti-terrorism measures, changes in immigration and visa laws, prevention of drug and human trafficking, maritime security and other issues. The conference will also be discussing a report by the Saarc anti-terrorism desk. — DawnNews
By: Dawn News