ISLAMABAD (APP) - Federal Minister for Interior Rehman Malik on Sunday said that the government would make public the details about the 'tape scandal public. Talking to media persons after visiting the First International Target and Outdoor Shooting Sports (TOSS) Show at Pak-China Friendship Centre, he said he had directed the Secretary Interior to collect details regarding the 'tape scandal. The people have the right to know the truth, he added. He said that during the Nawaz Sharifs regimes, Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir was awarded 'double punishment in fake cases. The government would expose the vested interest behind the 'tape scandal and make the solid proofs in this regard public, he said. He said the enemies of the country wanted to destabilise the country and the media should report the events with authenticity and avoid baseless stories. To a question, Malik said that the government would take stern action against the people, who were creating panic among the masses by spreading rumours through Short Messaging Service (SMS). He said that some people were making propaganda against the country and the people by spreading unethical comments and disinformation through SMS. He said those who were spreading rumours would be disappointed. He criticised Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) chief Mian Nawaz Sharif for taking the controversial 'memo case to the Supreme Court when the country was facing foreign aggression. He regretted that PML-N was giving importance to a foreigner (Mansoor Ijaz) who hatched a conspiracy against Pakistan and its institutions. We should keep our national integrity and sovereignty supreme as our forces are in the state of war, he said, adding We stand by our Army shoulder-to-shoulder. Replying to a question, Rehman Malik said that he recently visited the United Arab Emirates to convey the 'get-well-soon message of public to President Asif Ali Zardari. He said the President was getting well and would return soon, following the advice of doctors. He said during his visit, the President directed him to resolve the problems of Pakistani community living in the UAE, adding that staff strength of NADRA has been increased to ensure prompt disposal of their applications. Replying to a question about the restoration of NATO supply, he said that the Defence Committee of the Cabinet (DCC) would decide about it, but Our stance is clear, NATO should recognise that Pakistan is a victim country. Earlier, the minister visited the First International Target and Outdoor Shooting Sports (TOSS) Show 2011 exhibition organized by Pakistan Sporting and Hunting Arm Development Company.