ISLAMABAD: Interpol Secretary General Ronald Nobel has revealed that terror bid during world Cup 2011 has been thwarted, Geo News reported.
He was addressing a joint press conference following his meeting with Interior Minister Rehman Malik.
Rehman Malik said that Taliban tried to enter India, adding that some people were arrested but none of them was Pakistani national.
Rehman while demanding immediate action against those fanatics involved in desecration of the Holy Quran urged Interpol secretary general to play his role. Ronald said that this act would encourage terrorists’ agenda.
He said that a man who traveled to Maldives from Karachi was arrested during the world cup, adding that the man had desires to conduct terrorism in Sri Lanka.
On the occasion, Rehman Malik said Pakistani had shared intelligence information to foil terrorism bid.