TOBA TEK SINGH - Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan has said that Go Zardari Go movement will a fresh impetus after Muharram. Talking to journalists here on Sunday, he said that the Parliament was the supreme institution but the PPP government had made it just a rubber stamp, adding that it was the reason why the PML-N decided to knock the door Supreme Court in the 'Memogate scandal as decisions taken by the parliament were not being implemented. Rana Sana claimed that the real face and character of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf had unveiled to the public after joining of the party by the people whose past and present character was full of changing parties for their own interests and such elements were being gathered on a platform by the 'Establishment to confront the PML-N. Answering to a question about arrest of PML MNA Anjam Aqeel in corruption case, the provincial minister claimed the inquiry committee set up by the party to probe the matter, had declared him innocent in the case and it had been proved that Federal minister Khurshid Shah had offered him acquittal in case he (Aqeel) supported the PPP government. Earlier, in his speech to the peace committee meeting, he urged participants to extend cooperation to the district administration for maintaining peace in during Ashura days. DCO Javed Iqbal and DPO Ahsan Younis briefed him about security plan for the Ashura. LPP CHIEF TO CONTEST POLLS: Labour Party Pakistan (LPP) Chief Farooq Tariq has announced contesting the next general election from NA-93 TT Singh (his native town). While addressing a meeting of his party office-bearers here Sunday, he asked them to start a mass contact movement in the constituency for the purpose. He stated that all those sent to the parliament by the voters of TT Singh did nothing for the people and they remained busy to fulfil their own designs. LPP District Secretary Tariq Mahmood, Kamalia Secretary Muhammad Nawab, Nusrat Ghouri, Nayar Gull and Muhammad Abdullah also spoke on the occasion. Christians slate Nato attack: The Christian community unanimously passed a resolution, condemning the Nato attack on Pakistani checkposts, declaring it a 'barbaric, assault on countrys sovereignty. A mourning prayer was held for 24 Pakistani security personnel which was participated by scores of Christians outside the PML-N District Office in Qaim Centre here on Saturday. While addressing the gathering, the Christian leaders said that Pakistan had been rendering sacrifices since the so-called war on terror had been launched. While drone attacks killed civilians and security personnel enhancing anger against the Nato and the US. The government lost the support of people over war on terror, they added. On the occasion, Parish priest Simon Khurshid prayed that God bless all those who served the nation to protect it from the militants. The founder of Grace Bible Church Pastor Victor prayed for peace and security of the country. Pastor BM Ehtasham, Ashfaq Fateh, PML-N District Minority Wing President Rasheed Jalal, PML-N District President Amjid Ali Javed also addressed the gathering. Later, the mourners lit candles and remained silent for few minutes to expressed solidarity with the Pak Army and reiterated their commitment to promote peace and harmony in the country.