LAHORE - On the fifth day of the protest demonstrations against the SC verdict of Sharifs' ineligibility, central hunger strike camp was held Sunday in the City here at Icchra amid several symbolic sit-ins cursing President Zardari, Supreme Court Chief Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar and Punjab Governor Salman Taseer. The camp headed by Sardar Ayaz Sadiq was addressed by PML-N leader Hamza Shahbaz Sharif. A number of hunger strike camps in different localities including Cantt were also organised in the provincial metropolis. Holding black flags and wearing black armbands the protestors set tyres on fire, blocked roads and shouted slogans against the PPP government. A large number of PML-N workers, local party leaders, MPAs and general public visited the hunger strike camps established at Bhatti Chowk, Chairing-Cross, Cooper Store Chowk, GT Road, Icchra, Liberty Market, Moon Market, Allama Iqbal Town, Shahdara, Thokar Niaz Baig, Chauburji Chowk, Model Town and other places against the Supreme Court verdict of Sharif brothers disqualification. They were chanting slogans in favour of PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif and party President Shahbaz Sharif. Whenever a PML-N leader arrived at the camps, the workers and people present there intensified their sloganeering and this time some new slogans as 'Jeena Hoga Marna Hoga, Ab To Dharna Hoga Dharna Hoga' (long march and sit-in will be held in either case life or death), 'Sharif Teray Jaan Nisar, Beshumar Beshumar' (Sharif brothers Your faithful are unlimited), 'PCO judges Namanzoor PCO Faisla Namanzoor (PCO judges and their decision is unacceptable) 'Zardari Teray Zabteh Hum Nahi Mante, Zulm Ke Zabteh Hum Nahi Mante' (Zardari's decisions are unacceptable). Hamza Shahbaz delivered short speeches during his visit at different camps in the City. The workers on his arrival at The Mall, Ferozepur Road at Ichhra and Bhatti Chowk got emotional and blocked the roads. However, he advised them not to break law instead keep eye on the elements that could try to change the dimension of the protest and break up the momentum of the movement. He said the disqualification of Sharif brothers after four-month proceedings was the 'brainchild' of President Asif Zardari. He said the PML-N had not sought any position but demanded the judges reinstatement and scrapping of 17th amendment. After the SC judgment in Sharif's eligibility case, he said the party would not tolerate the one-man state adding it was a conspiracy against the popular leadership of the country and Mian Shahbaz Sharif was still the constitutional Chief Minister of Punjab. He termed the verdict a big blow to the Charter of Democracy (CoD). He said that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani was left with no options after the verdict. He called the SC decision 'dangerous' for the democracy in the country. He said the PCO judges had given the decision in collusion with President Zardari and it would change the country's political landscape. He said he was not surprised by the decision as such a decision could be expected from the PCO judges. He said the PCO judges had no moral or legal ground to issue such a verdict when their very existence in the apex court was in question. "Sharif brothers were being punished for their decision to join the lawyers long march," he added. Hamza said if popular politicians were kept out of the Parliament, then decisions would be made on streets ultimately. "We all hope that sanity prevails in the country and pray that lawyers, media and civil society's contribution must be fruitful in bringing Pakistan out of crisis. He said the PPP and its workers had nothing to do with the unconstitutional decision. "We do not need to fight with the PPP and its activists as they also wanted to get rid of Zardari," he added. He vowed to continue struggle till the inception of genuine democracy in the country. He announced to launch sit-in on The Mall after Jumma prayer and said, "We will meet on Friday with new zeal".