'We helped the West and that became a problem'


Pakistan says it will do everything it can to help the peace process in Afghanistan, by releasing Taliban prisoners or taking action against foreign militants based in its tribal areas.

Rehman Malik, the interior minister, speaking in Delhi, also said a school named after Malala Yousafzai - the schoolgirl shot by the Pakistani Taliban - would not be renamed, despite security fears.

BBC Hindi's Nitin Srivastava spoke to Mr Malik at the end of a rare three-day visit to India.

He began by asking him about the relaxation of the visa regime between India and Pakistan.

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