JEDDAH (Online) - Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik has asked PML-N to materialise its wish of long march to Islamabad for trial of former President General (r) Pervez Musharraf under Article 6 of the Constitution. Addressing the Pakistani community in Jeddah, the interior minister made it clear that the government would not create hurdles in peaceful long march but would not tolerate the ransacking and violence. We have witnessed various long marches in the past and now the nation knows who is right and who is wrong, he said, adding that the government is not against Local Bodies system but we are against Nazim system. President Asif Ali Zardari, Rehman Malik said, would soon take the decision with regard to future of local bodies. The government values the development schemes carried out by local bodies, he said. Replying to a question, he said another pandora box has been opened in Pakistan aimed to damage the reputation of politicians. I dont know the objectives of elements who are levelling allegations against political leaders and talks shows being broadcast in Pakistani media in this respect can effect conducive political environment in the country, he said. We should concentrate on crises being faced by the nation, he said. The interior minister went on to say that Pakistan is facing several challenges but the strategy adopted by PPP led government in war against terrorism has united the whole nation. No army operation is being carried out in Swat but targeted operation is underway, he said, adding that return of 2.5 million IDPs is also in progress. The people of war-affected areas are also collaborating with security forces to identify terrorists, he said. Before about operation Rah-e-Rast, he said, we had two options either to fight against terrorists or leave the people of Swat at their mercy. He paid tributes to Pakistan Army. Answering a question, he said political parties of the country have also backed government in war against terrorism and as a result the security situation has become improved there. Commenting on issue of Balochistan, he said the government is committed to resolve Balochistan issue and we are holding talks with Baloch leaders to remove sense of deprivation of Balochi people. Gwadar Port, he said, would be handed over to Balochistan. The Pakistanis living in different countries of the world especially in Saudi Arabia would have right to cast vote from next elections, he said.