LAHORE - While blasting the government for institutionalising the mobile courts as unconstitutional, MNA Hamza Shahbaz Sharif has said when the National Assembly is in session, no ordinance can be promulgated. "If the government is doing this only to stop the long march, then it is grossly mistaken." He was addressing a press conference here on Monday at Model Town. MNAs Mian Marghoob Ahmed and Naseer Ahmed Bhutta were also present on the occasion. Hamza Shahbaz termed the new ordinance ill-intentioned, as it aimed at hindering the long march. "Its only objective is to stop the long march by using the government machinery, the Pakistan Muslim League-N, lawyers, and other political forces will make the long march successful, and will not be cowed down by any such intimidatory acts," he said, adding that the PML-N was not fighting for personal gains, rather it was the struggle for the people of Pakistan. "The rulers will see that the long march will become a referendum against the government," he averred. While stating that inefficient advisors were making President Zardari to choose wrong ways, Hamza said from the promulgation of the ordinance at this time, depicted that the presidency was perturbed because of the long march and sit-in. "But it is impossible to stop the masses now, as they will fully participate in the rally on March 12," he added.