LAHORE - The PPPs Punjab Executive Council (PEC), which met here on Wednesday, with partys Punjab President Imtiaz Safdar Warraich in the chair, passed a resolution condemning Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif for using derogatory language against President Asif Ali Zardari. No body can dare hang the president upside down, said the resolution while declaring chief ministers statement a conspiracy against democracy. It also warned that PPPs policy of reconciliation should not be taken as its weakness. Later, while briefing reporters about proceedings of the meeting, Safdar Warraich said that PEC discussed the fast changing political scenario in Punjab in the context of massive show put up PTI and the one staged by PML-N in Lahore. He said that PEC was unanimous on the point that PTIs impressive show at Minar-e-Pakistan was actually an expression of the hatred people had developed against wrong policies of PML-N. After Imrans rally, the PML-N is no longer a party of the G T Road, he observed, adding that Nawaz party was trying to create an atmosphere of confrontation sometimes under the pretext of protest against loadshedding, and at times holding rallies with the underlying objective of harming democracy. Safdar, however, affirmed that his party would not revert to the politics of confrontation and stick to the policy of reconciliation despite provocations from the opponents. He predicted that PML-Ns scheduled rally at Faisalabad would prove to be a failure as people had already given their decision against its policies by turning up in PTIs rally in large number. Teachers, students, lady health workers and dengue-stricken people are highly disappointed with Punjab government, he remarked. Turning to the chief minister Punjab, the PPP leader said: Mr Shahbaz Sharif while reciting Habib Jalibs poem, forgets the very fact that he (late Jalib) had written these lines against the Martial Law of dictator Zia-ul-Haq, and he (chief minister) had then supported the dictator by mobilising people to vote in favour his referendum.