MULTAN - PML-N Youth Wing Punjab President and MNA Abid Sher Ali has said that Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani is unconstitutional prime minister and nation will have to pick stick to oust him from Islamabad.

Addressing different functions and talking to journalists here on Tuesday, Abid Sher Ali said that Ali Baba and his fourty thieves had jeopardized the security and stability of the country and the nation needed to get rid of them forthwith.

He said that a Banarsi Thug was sitting in Karachi while his companions gathered in Islamabad. He urged upon the nation to support Mian Nawaz Sharif. "I assure you that if we come into power, we'll not leave the country in general and Karachi and Sindh in particular at the mercy of PPP and MQM," he assured. He added that those involved in killings of innocent citizens in Karachi would be held accountable.

He said that on one hand Mian Nawaz Sharif made the country unconquerable by conducting nuclear blasts while on the other hand looters of national wealth posed serious threat to the very existence of Pakistan. "Mian Nawaz Sharif has taken a step against these looters and now the nation will have to grab stick in one hand and national flag in other," he added.

He warned that a vicious conspiracy was being hatched against the country in the name of restoration of Nato supply. He added that the menace of corruption emptied the foundations of the country and everyone of the ruling elite was involved in looting national exchequer.

Seminar remembers Nawab Sir Sadiq: A seminar was held at the Arts Council to pay tribute to the last crowned Ameer of former Bahawalpur State, Nawab Sir Sadiq Muhammad Khan Khamis Abbasi here the other day.

The seminar was arranged in connection with the death anniversary of the late ameer. Advisor to Punjab Chief Minister MNA Mian Baleeghur Rehman, Arts Council Resident Director Riazul Haq Bhatti, Programme Officer Amber Munir and many others paid rich tribute to the late Ameer for his remarkable services for the public welfare and Pakistan at large.

On the occasion, the speakers claimed that the promotion of education in the former Bahawalpur State was the true reflection of his love with religion and his yearning for progress and prosperity of the region in particular and the country in general.

They asserted that the services rendered by the Nawab for the public would always be remembered.