Jhelum (Pakistan), Mar. 10 (ANI): Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief Nawaz Sharif has said the PML-N government will be established soon, and deposed chief justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry would be soon reinstated.
Pointing towards a large public gathering here, Sharif said the passion of the people was omen of a revolution in Pakistan, which would soon help in establishing PML-N's own government in the near future.
The former Pakistan Prime Minister alleged that President Zaradri was busy in breaking assemblies, and regretted that PPP loyalists were being appointed as judges, The Dawn reports.
"Mr. Zardari, we cannot leave the Pakistani nation at your mercy, we must defend Pakistan and we know how to defend it," said Nawaz.
He further said that many people within the PPP have expressed their unhappiness over the disqualification of the Sharif brothers, and they have also opposed imposition of governor rule in Punjab.
Sharif criticized that Jiala judges were being appointed in the Pakistan courts, and that the people of Pakistan will throw these Jiala judges out.
He also urged upon the masses to join the long march for the restoration of independent judiciary and for strengthening Pakistan. (ANI)