ISLAMABAD - Federal Interior Ministry here on Tuesday, what can be said impractical solution of the problem, announced that all those entering Islamabad as participants of the Dr Tahirul Qadri’s proposed long march on January 14 must possess valid computerised national identity cards (CNICs).According to an official handout issued by thee ministry, any participants of long march without having valid CNIC would not be allowed to enter the jurisdiction of Islamabad Capital territory (ICT). In addition to that, no vehicle in the convoy of long march would be allowed to enter capital without having valid documents.The ministry made the announcement after a meeting held in the Ministry of Interior to review the security situation arising due to the proposed long march. Interior Minister Rehman Malik chaired the meeting where a number of decisions were taken as part of the preemptive measures to stop the long march entering the capital.The meeting also decided that all buses as part of the convoy of the march would have to have valid documents without any lacuna. An undertaking would have to be signed by the owners of the transport that the owner, driver and the conductor would be held responsible if any terrorist found in the vehicle and blast in the vehicle.The owner of the transport will be responsible for the compensation in case of any death. And the students being brought in the long march must be in possession of valid student identity card of his/her institution. The transport will be subject to scrutiny after the payment. The sponsor/investor of the transport is subject to declaration of source of income to justify his expenses.It has also been decided that the organisers of the rally would have to justify expenditures for offering huge transport of students and others. The special enclosures for the rally will be organised and the participants are required to be peaceful and remain inside the enclosure.According to the information gathered by the ministry, some elements will manage to bring some miscreants with firearms and possible suicide bombers; hence scrutiny of all the participants is urgently requested.