Former interior minister and senior leader of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Rehman Malik has expressed hope that law and order situation will improve gradually and a sharp reduction in acts of terrorism will be witnessed in coming months.

He was talking to media persons at Jinnah International Airport soon after his arrival in Karachi on Monday.

Rehman Malik said that solo flight can’t help in resolving any issue and national consensus was needed to tackle any kind of situation.

He was of the view that blocking Nato supplies in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would create an impression that the people of Pakistan were not on the same page on national issues.

“Let’s see when the N-league shoots down US drone living up to its announcement,” Malik said, and added that the PPP being an opposition party in the lower house of the parliament would stand by the government. He said that the PPP didn’t let dollar value rise above Rs100 during its government.