Islamabad, Jan 20 (ANI): Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said he cannot guarantee whether or not Mansoor Ijaz, the Pakistani-American businessman key in the Memo Gate scandal, will be arrested on his arrival in Islamabad.
However, he assured that being the Interior Minister, he would do his best to provide complete security to Ijaz from the time he lands in Islamabad till his stay in the country.
"I can even offer to make a separate secured suite for him in my ministry," The Express Tribune quoted him, as saying.
Malik, however, added that Ijaz should not be scared if he has not done anything wrong.
He further said that the nation wanted to know how Ijaz had toppled Benazir Bhutto's government and why he spoke against the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and "on whose orders?"
Meanwhile, reports have suggested that Ijaz had been granted a one year multiple-entry visa to Pakistan after he personally visited the Pakistan High Commission in London.
He is poised to appear before a judicial commission investigating the Memo Gate scandal in Pakistan on January 24, and before the Parliamentary committe investigating the same case on January 26. (ANI)
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