LAHORE Pakistan Muslim League-N on Monday reviewed current political situation, implementation of 10-point agenda, and reorganisation of party. Once again, PML-N patron Nawaz Sharif voiced dissatisfaction over the efforts being taken by the government on his proposed 10-point agenda. The matters were reviewed at a high-level party meeting, chaired by Nawaz Sharif, who termed his 10-point as panacea to all the crises facing the country. On this occasion, he also urged the government to make efforts, which are more tangible and noticeable. The meeting was attended by Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif, Raja Zafarul Haq, Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, Chaudhry Nisar, Ahsan Iqbal, Khawaja Saad Rafiq, Sardar Sanaullah Zehri, Pir Sabir Shah, Salahuddin Tirmzi and other party leaders. As per sources, the PML-N had directed the police to beef up security in all the big cities of the country during the month of Rabi-ul-Awal besides installing CCTV cameras in and around public places to keep vigil eye on suspects. Later, the IG Punjab, CCPO Lahore and Secretary Public Prosecution Punjab briefed the meeting over the US national case. The participants of the meeting agreed upon not issuing any statements regarding the case since the matter is sub judice. Later briefing newsmen, PML-N Information Secretary Ahsan Iqbal said the party would approach the people for new mandate if 10-point agenda was not implemented in the remaining 22 days. The government has been asked to implement 10-point agenda vigorously, otherwise the PML-N will go to people, he warned, adding that the agenda was people-oriented one. It has nothing to do with the PML-N, and it is not the right time to play committee-committee, he asserted. About the killing of three Lahorites by an American under-cover agent, he mentioned that the police were also asked to investigate the case of Raymond Davis purely on merit. No pressure will be given any importance for the Raymond case. However, it is governments duty to see issues in the diplomatic perspective, and keep contacts intact, he pointed out.