LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that any attempt to get a resolution passed in the Parliament against judiciary through backdoor will be countered not only within the house but also in the streets, says a handout. He was talking to media during his visit to London. President Muslim League-N Britain Zubair Gull, Vice President Nasir Butt, General Secretary Raja Javed Iqbal, Barrister Abid Hussain, Munawar Iqbal Sindhu, Fazal Rehman Vardag, Majid Vardag, Azhar Mehmood Chaudhary, Raja Waheed, Anjum Chaudhary, Raja Sajjad, Ansar Advocate, Malik Riaz, leader of Women Wing Motharma Nawadar Khan, Nuzhat Begam were also present. The chief minister said that PPP on the pretext of its confrontation with judiciary was trying to cover up looted money of billions of rupees but justice would be upheld in Pakistan. He said that Pakistan was facing the worst crises after 1971 and it was the time for the leadership to display commitment, sincerity and austerity but PPP leadership was busy transferring the hard-earned money of the poor masses to Swiss banks. He said that an open war would be declared against Ali Baba and his Forty Thieves and PML-N would go to any extreme in this regard. Shahbaz Sharif said that NICL, rental power projects, Haj scandal, robbery of 75 billion rupees in Punjab Bank and heavy expenses on foreign visits were highly lamentable. He said while the people were finding it hard to make both the ends meet, the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan were wasting billions of rupees of the poor people on foreign visits. Contrary to this, he said, he and the Punjab ministers were paying the expenses on their visits from their own pocket. He said that he was thankful to British media for criticising the visits of President Zardari and Prime Minister Gilani and appreciating his visit to Britain and telling the Pakistani people about the facts. It is highly unfortunate that while people are deprived of potable water, health and educational facilities, infrastructure is in ruins, law and order situation is worsening and the country is facing the challenge of terrorism, their rulers are using private aircrafts and limousines and are staying at the most expensive hotels, the CM added. He said people would hold such elements accountable in general elections and recover every penny of looted money from the corrupt elements while the funds transferred to the Swiss banks would also be brought back to the country. The chief minister also distributed commendatory certificates among the British Pakistanis for their services for the restoration of democracy and supremacy of judiciary.