ISLAMABAD - Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Thursday announced establishment of Victim Support Fund for the victims of conflict and terrorism in the country. He announced this while addressing a national consultation on award of compensation to civilian victims of conflict and terrorism in Pakistan. The Minister said that NADRA would collect all the data about the deceased and injured, civilians and non-civilians, in case of any incident of conflict and terrorism. He announced this after the organisers of the national consultation informed the Minister that there was a great discrepancy among the data of National Crisis Management Cell (NCMC) of Ministry of Interior, provincial governments and national as well as international non-government organisations (NGOs) regarding the total victims of conflict and terrorism. Rehman Malik said that he had directed the NCMC to follow any incident of terrorism till the registration of case and the submission of challan before the court so that the exact figures of the victims could be carved out. "There should be no discrimination in the award of compensation to the victims of terrorism and conflict", Rehman Malik said. The organisers also informed him that there should be uniformity in the award of compensation to civilian victims as it was not in practice in the country. The Minister while announcing the establishment of Victim Support Fund said that it would help the families of the terrorism victims set up of their businesses. He said that he hoped that the idea would win the support of chief ministers of all the four provinces. Rehman Malik said that the government was committed to its 3Ds policy -development, dialogue and deterrence. He warned the international community saying, "Don't say to us do more and more but give us moral support". He said that terrorists were using every possible effort to harm the country. He warned the terrorists to stop these activities because the country had given them respect and identity. He said that he had requested Afghanistan government to make every possible effort to cut the supply line of arms from Afghanistan to Pakistan.