ISLAMABAD – Reiterating his old diatribe against the PML-N led Punjab government, Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Thursday said a judicial inquiry would be conducted to ascertain as to who brought the protestors in the capital.“Who brought the protestors after stuffing them into vehicles in the Red Zone whose number was ranging between 18 to 20 thousands?” the minister said while talking to the reporters at the Parade Avenue.He alleged that these protests were held on the behest of the Punjab government. He asserted the government would thoroughly probe into the matter and it would talk with the responsible ones of the Punjab government over its ‘dubious’ role.Rehman said despite a written request of the Islamabad Police, the Punjab government did not stop the protesters from entering into the capital.The minister also said the activists of banned organisations from Punjab also participated in the protest against anti-Islamic film that created law and order situation in the capital. Rehman said aerial surveillance would be conducted and the army called in today (Friday), if required. However, he made it clear that the government had not yet decided to disconnect mobile phone service.He also said it was the responsibility of the federal government to provide security in and around the Diplomatic Enclave.Rehman directed the staff of the Interior Ministry to remain on high alert for today (Friday) when the whole country would be observing Youm-e-Ishq-e-Rasool (PBUH) to protest against the profane film.An official of the ministry said on the condition of anonymity that the cellular phone service of some sensitive areas might be disconnected o maintain law and order situation in the country. The ministry will pass on such directions to Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA).On the other hand, Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira while talking to a private TV said the Punjab government should have stopped the entry of those protesters into Islamabad who came from Rawalpindi and Murree. He further said that no one stopped the entry of those protesters in the capital from Rawalpindi.The minister also assured that it was a responsibility of the government to protect foreign diplomats at all costs.