Islamabad, Mar.10 (ANI): Former Pakistan Prime Minister of Pakistan and Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif has called on the people of Pakistan to come out on the streets and fight for change.
Addressing a huge gathering in Jhelum, Sharif urged for a change in the current political scenario of the country through a revolution.
"Get ready to make sacrifices for a revolution, come out on the streets to change your destiny," The Daily Times quoted Sharif, as saying.
Strongly criticizing the Supreme Court's verdict to disqualify him and his brother, Shahbaz Sharif , the PML-N chief termed the decision as a 'fake verdict by a fake court.'
"The constitution, the law, the judiciary and Pakistan are not the fiefdom of Zardari. If anyone tries to subject people to injustices, he should be ready to face the consequences," Sharif added.
Sharif asked the security forces not to abide by the government's order which were against the law and constitution.
The provocative statements by the former Prime Minister ahead of the protest march have raised fears about a large-scale public revolt.
Interior Advisor,Rehman Mailk said termed the Sharif's verbal attack on the government and particularly on President Asif Ali Zardari as a 'mutiny'.
Malik warned of severe consequences in case of loss to human life or property during the long march.
If, in this long march, any death takes place or anyone's property is damaged, the responsibility will be on those who are bearing the flag of sedition, and a police compliant will be registered," Malik said. (ANI)