LONDON/NEW DELHI  - Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior, Rehman Malik has demanded of India to apologise over sending Surjeet Singh for spying to Pakistan.Addressing a press conference here in London, Malik rejected the Indian claim that the terrorist had set up any control room for Mumbai attack and said that three Indian citizens were involved in the attacks.He blamed that intelligence agencies were involved in the Karachi target killings sabotaging the peace of the economic hub to destabilise the country.“India should tell that how many extremists they have sent to Pakistan,” he added.He appreciated Chief Justice of Pakistan’s role in the country and said that he summoned his own son in the court.The adviser on interior said that they had not given National Database and Registration Authority’s (Nadra) record to anyone, adding that he should be hanged if it was proved so.Meanwhile, Surjeet Singh, who was released from Kot Lakhpat Jail in Lahore after 27 years of his arrest, has said he will move court to prove that he has been spying for the Indian Army.He is now a free man but upset with the Indian government for disowning him. “No one crosses the border just like that. Someone sends them that’s why they go. I was sent by the Army,” IBN Live said in a report quoting Surjeet.But Surjeet is also a man with a mission. Bitter that the Indian government denied that he was a spy for India, Surjeet wants to prove otherwise. The man who was convicted and sentenced to death for spying says he will move court if need be to seek justice, and recognition.Harbans Kaur, his wife who had to struggle to bring up his family, says it’s a chance to cook his favourite dishes. Harbans says he was treated well in jail but freedom is priceless.