BAHAWALNAGAR - Advisor to Prime Minister on Interiors Rehman Malik has dubbed the PML-N as petition-league, saying that the conspiracies of “Raiwind petition mafia” will be thwarted with the support of the masses.

The next general elections will be held on its Constitutional time, Rehman Malik stated this while addressing the inaugural ceremony of passport office here on Monday.

On the occasion, he lashed out at the Sharifs and said that the PML-N leadership wanted to fulfil their aspirations with the help of petitions. “Luckily they not only avail adequate counsel for the purpose but also got decisions from courts within hours,” he charged. The PPP stalwart questioned that on one hand the Federal government was forced to change Prime Minister within two hours by the courts while on the other Shahbaz Sharif government had been running on a stay order for last four years. He claimed that the double standard of PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif was exposed by American Ambassador Cameron Munter. “The person who asked us not to open Nato supplies fled to London; Nawaz Sharif has breached the Charter of Democracy and had betrayed Shaheed Benazir Bhutto,” Rehman Malik argued. He alleged that conspiracies had been hatched against the PPP government through courts for the last four years and claimed he would produce evidence in the court by becoming party in Asghar Khan and missing persons cases.

Coming down hard on Punjab Law Minister Rana Sana Ullah, Rehman Malik said that even Sharifs were reluctant to say any word against Rana Sana Ullah and vowed he (Malik) would unearth this mystery soon.

To a question, the advisor to PM claimed that threats of terrorism in Punjab during Ramazan existed. Instead of protecting the life and property of the public, the Punjab government is busy in the promotion of “Sanay-e-jhangwi,” he concluded. 

On the occasion, he also announced that International airport would be established in Bahawalnagar. Rehman Malik also announced the establishment of a journalist colony and Rs one million grant for the District Press Club.