Speaking to media on Wednesday, he said attackers would be arrested wherever they escaped.
”We know how many days ago attackers came in Swat,” he said and added those who have been supporting the Taliban should now stop doing so.
He said that the decision to send Malala abroad for treatment had been postponed and according to doctors her condition was out of danger.
The minister said that doctors said that the girl could not be sent abroad, adding that neurosurgeons abroad were ready to come to Pakistan.
“Who are they (Taliban) working for, we all practice Islam and Islam doesn’t; allow such acts”
The minister said that the military had sent all its neurosurgeons to CMH Peshawar for Malala and civilian doctors were also cooperating.
Malik said that IG police had offered security to Malala but her father refused to take security. He said Malala’s father was not aware of her daughter’s importance and stature.