LAHORE - PML-N Punjab president and senior advisor to CM Punjab Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khosa has announced that PML-N central general council meeting, earlier scheduled on February 19, will be held on February 21 at PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif's residence at Raiwind He announced this during a press conference at 90 Shahra-e-Quaid-e-Azam here on Monday. Hamza Shahbaz, Sardar Dost Muhammad Khosa , Ch Abdul Ghafoor and senior women leaders were present on the occasion. During the press conference, he said that issues regarding deteriorating law and order situation in FATA, lawyer's long march and party's re-organisation would be on the top of agenda while other important issues would be discussed during the meeting, he added. Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khosa said that all members of the general councils, working committee, ticket-holders, office-bearers of all provinces, district presidents, general secretaries, secretaries information and presidents of different party wings will attend the meeting. Members of the provincial assemblies and ministers would also join the meeting, he maintained. Giving answer to the questions, Khosa said that Sharif brothers' disqualification case was not included in the agenda of the meeting. However, the issue could be taken up if raised by any participant, he said. When asked about PML-N's participation in the lawyers' sit-in, he clarified that PML-N still stood committed to join the lawyers' long march. But he said that legal fraternity had not contacted them in this regard so far. Explaining about the situation, he said that lawyers' different bodies talked to PML-N's responsible leaders and lawyers wing about the long march. In these discussions, the issue of sit-in was not tabled at any time, he added. He said the sit-in was not an easy task and it could not be materialised just by making claims. "It demands foolproof strategy that included what its span should be, how it should be worked out, what kind of arrangements should be and how human requirements of participants would be met," he said. Answering another question he clarified that PML-N had never stated that it would not join the lawyers' sit-in. On a query, he said that PML-N would never be a part of any movement aimed to wrap up democracy and destabilise the system. "We do not favour mid-term elections and want government to complete its term," he added. He evaded the question that was asked about calling All Parties Conference to firm up joint strategy to join the long march and sit-in. When asked whether PML-N was consulted regarding imposition of Shariyat in Swat, Sardar Khosa said that PML-N was not taken on board. Regarding question about the governor's statement favouring Basant, he said the governor had no authority to interfere into the affairs of Punjab government. He said the Punjab government would not allow the holding of an event causing law and order situation in the province. Basant has proved to be fatal, so it could not be permitted to provide recreation to few people. He denied the allegations of horse-trading, saying PML-N had not created any bloc. Those who formed call it a "unification bloc" and if anyone of them wanted to meet us, there is no harm in it," he concluded.