ISLAMABAD  - Advisor on Interior Rehman Malik has said that federal government will provide complete security to the participants of Long March and facilitate them because they do not belong to the army of an enemy country but are patriotic Pakistanis and have right to register their protest. Talking to media here on Sunday after chairing a meeting that finalised arrangements for the Dia-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) March, he however warned the members of the banned organisations not to dare enter Islamabad otherwise they would be arrested. Malik said the participants would be provided security cover with special CCTVs and four helicopters. Malik said DPC was sent a message of dialogue and they informed the government about the route of the long march.He said Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf had issued instructions to facilitate participants of the long march. However he said if any one tried to take law in his hand, he would be dealt with as per law of the land. He said the participants of the march could stay in F-9 park. He said the traders of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce had announced to stop the march but on his request they agreed to close their businesses at 4 PM on Monday and disperse at 8 PM. Malik said there was a security threat all over the country and the enemy was alert to launch attack but the security forces were ready to foil such threats. Malik said a special traffic plan had also been prepared for the participants of long march to avoid inconvenience to the citizens.   He said long marchers could enter Islamabad through a specific route and register their protest. He advised the long marchers to only use Faizabad route to enter Islamabad. Malik said their march would not be blocked. He said Rangers, FC and police would be deployed on routes of long march. The people have been asked to keep their identity cards with them.Answering a question, Senior Interior Advisor said legislation was the work of the Parliament. He said dual nationality bill was not being brought just for him but it would give right of vote to overseas Pakistanis. He said he had ended his British nationality for which a certificate had been issued to him by British government and would not get it again. To a question, he said Nato supplies were opened in the national interest. He said the government could have allowed Nato supplies under Transit Trade but it adopted an honest and transparent way.In reply to a question, the Advisor on Interior directed the Interior Secretary to issue Red Warrant to bring back former Ehtesab Bureau chairman Saifur Rehman from Qatar.Replying to a question, he said NAB was investigating cases against Sharif brothers relating to money laundering nd after the completion of the investigation, Sharifs will have to bid farewell to politics. He said it would be advisable for them to bring back $ 32 million.Malik said his political rivals had sent him message that they would withdraw petitions if he stops statements against them. However, he said, he has decided to face them.