Addressing at a news conference in London on Thursday, Aug 27, he said, "We will examine it (the Red Corner Notice), adding "certain procedures were required to pursue" the notice.
Five Lashker-e-Taiba operatives were arrested earlier while two more persons were apprehended later, Malik said, adding that he would provide more information about these two persons soon.
He also referred to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's recent remarks that there is credible information that Pakistan-based terror groups might carry out fresh attacks in India and said New Delhi should share this information with Islamabad.
"Please give us some information. We want that information because we want to go to the depth (of the matter)," he said.
Earlier, on Tuesday, Aug 25, an Interpol circulated the notice for Saeed after a special court in Mumbai issued a non-bailable arrest warrant for the JuD chief for his alleged involvement in planning the Mumbai terror attacks.