ISLAMABAD: Senior Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Affairs Rehman Malik has said that long march being held by Difa Pakistan Council (DPC) will not be stopped. But he warned that leaders of banned outfits won’t be allowed to enter the capital’s territory.
Interacting with reporters here, Malik said a comprehensive security plan has been chalked out for the DPC long march. Participants of the long march can stay at F9 Park, he said, adding no one will be allowed to break the law.
Criticizing Sharif brothers, Malik said the PML-N leaders should return USD32 million they made through money laundering.
“I had accepted the British nationality at the time of my exile. I have now given it up. Dual Nationality Bill is not being introduced for me,” he said.
He advised the citizens of Islamabad to keep their identity cards with them during the long march.
Islamabad administration meanwhile advised tourists not to pass through Islamabad on Monday evening. All shops and business centers operating in the city have also been directed to close till 4pm. SAMAA