Islamabad:Prime Minister’s Adviser on Interior Affairs Rehman Malik has said that if any leader of a banned out entered Islamabad during Difa-ePakistan Council Long March, the government would arrest him.
Speaking to media on Monday, he said that participants of the long march should record thier protest in peaceful manner.
He said peaceful protest was the beauty of democracy and that’s why the government allowed the DPC to take a long march.
Malik said that Pakistan could not remain isolate in the world by blocking the Nato routes. He the Defence Committee of the Cabinet (DCC) decision to reopen Nato routes in the national interests.
He said security arrangements have been made for the DPC long march.