FAISALABAD    -    General Elections would be held on time which the feder­al government would deem fit for it, said former state min­ister/center leader of Paki­stan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) Muhammad Ta­lal Chaudhary. Addressing a press conference, he said that Nawaz Sharif was dealt dis­criminately and disqualified only for “not receiving salary from his son” while on other hand lenient view was adopt­ed for some blue-eyed per­sons. He said that PMLN was a true political party which had deep roots among the mass­es. Therefore, it could not be intimidated with the threats of long march, short march or protests. He said that pres­ent government was striv­ing to steer the country out of economic instability. Talal said that Pakistan was pass­ing through a crucial stage. He said that PMLN leadership was politically mature and it would never use abusive lan­guage for opponents. “We are struggling for supremacy of law and constitution. We are not demanding any favor but we want equal treatment for all”, he added.