Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Friday said the government has completed preparations to provide fool-proof security to American businessman Mansoor Ijaz on his arrival in Pakistan.

Speaking to media persons outside the parliament house, he said that Mansoor Ijaz, the central character in the memogate scandal, would also have to answer for his role in toppling Benazir Bhutto’s government.

The Interior Minister said that Islamabad had not been sealed on Thursday, the day Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani appeared before the Supreme Court, and the government was only ensuring security for the occasion.

He said the government had information pertaining to the possible of disruption at the court due to which security was enhanced.

The interior minister said that few individuals even tried to create some disturbances but due to tight security within a kilometre’s radius of the court no untoward incident occurred.

He said Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif has been calling for elections since the setting up of the government but made it clear that the government would complete its term.

Malik assured that no foreigners could be allowed to spy in or against Pakistan and said spying was not done with the government’s approval. He said it was the duty of IB and ISI to check the activities of foreign spies.