RAWALPINDI - Awami Muslim League (AML) President and MNA Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed has said that time for talks with government has passed and he is seeing any big disaster happening in the days to come.“Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is using Pakistan Army for political purposes but the army is not of any specific party rather the army of the whole country,” he added. Sheikh also lamented the attitude of Jammat-e-Islami (JI) Pakistan Ameer Siraj-ul-Haq. He also ruled out any possibility of negotiation between PTI Chief Imran Khan and N League leadership.He expressed these views while talking to media after holding a workers convention at Lal Haveli here on Friday. He said that the gates of Lal Haveli would remain open for participants of Azadi and revolution march from August 13 and 300 workers of AML would serve them with cold water.Sheikh said, “we are peace loving citizens, we don’t want disruption in the country”.He said that people were facing lot of challenges including loadshedding, inflation and lawlessness. He said that Azadi March would be held in a peaceful manner and no one would be allowed to disrupt the peaceful atmosphere. Meanwhile, Rashid said that all the preparations are completed to celebrate the Independence Day and National Anthem would be played at Lal Haveli to celebrate the occasion.He said that he would decorate the whole Murree Road with colorful electric bulbs if marchers passed through Murree Road. He said that PM was surrounded by opportunists like Khawaja Saad Rafique and Abid Sher Ali who were badly influencing his policies. Responding to media queries, the AML President said that he would hold a meeting with PAT Chairman Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri today to streamline their final course of action. He said that he would try his level best to convince PTI and PAT chiefs to join hands to make Azadi March a success.To a question, he said that Federal Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan was the resident of Rawalpindi and he has best in his knowledge that was going to happen in next days.This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 09-Aug-2014 here.