ISLAMABAD (Online) - Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Tuesday again made it clear that al Qaeda is involved in the killing of Saudi diplomat stressing that Osamas family is not being handed over to US. Saudi diplomat, Hassan Al-Qahtani, was assassinated in Karachi early Monday. He expressed these views while talking to journalists on his visit to Saudi Embassy on Tuesday. He said that methodical inquiries and investigations are underway to expose the culprits behind the heinous act of violence. Rehman said that anti-State elements and terrorists wanted to create panic and unrest in the society by carrying out terrorist activities just to destabilise the country. 'These people are not well-wishers of Islam, Pakistan or humanity and want to dent Pak-Saudi relations, he underlined. Malik said the government is committed to wipe out terrorism and extremism in all its forms and manifestations ,adding, Pakistan has rendered great sacrifices in the war on terror. To another question, he said that new security plan has been chalked out for providing stringent security to diplomats in Pakistan. Meanwhile, Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that Pakistan was playing as a frontline State in the war against terrorism. He was speaking at a seminar organised by Pakistan Red Crescent Society about the 'Lessons learnt from the major Natural Calamities here on Tuesday. The function was attended by a large number of people who were affected by the earthquake and floods. He praised the volunteers of Pakistan Red Crescent Society for their role in saving precious lives without caring for their own safety. He said all the political parties, people and the government institutions will have to face the menace of terrorism collectively. He said all the parties would have to unite on a single platform so as to get out of the present crisis. He said Pakistan is facing one problem after the other and it is duty of the government to unite the nation and put the country on the path of development. He said foreign investors want to invest in Pakistan but they have reservations due to internal situation. Rehman said that the government is doing its level best to provide security to the people at all levels and in this connection referred to the import of security gadgets from China including two scanners that have been installed in Islamabad. He said the Ministry of Health would be asked to construct disaster blocks in all major hospitals of the country while Rescue 1122 service which is successful in Punjab would be introduced in other provinces. During the function, an affectee from Muzaffargarh demanded that flood affectees should be given assistance from the loans Pakistan is receiving saying that as self-respecting people they can only demand help from the Govt. At this, he said that the whole country was being run on loans and those getting loans have no dignity. He advised the affectee to rehabilitate themselves on self-help basis. He told the audience that due to lack of funds, even Islamabad police was getting petrol for its vehicles on loan. In her address, Chairperson Pakistan Red Crescent Senator Nilofar Bakhtiar threw light on the services rendered by the society during earthquake and floods in the country.