LAHORE - The PPP on Monday remembered its founding father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto on the occasion of his 82nd birth anniversary with its leadership arriving at the conclusion that it was time that PPP should be transformed into 'a party of Ghazni from 'a party of martyrs. 'Sham-e-Gharebaan should now be observed in enemys camp, observed PPP leaders in their speeches on the occasion, arguing that if the PPP continued to collect dead bodies of its leaders, there would be no end to its prosecution. The PPPs Punjab organisation had organised a seminar at Alhamra, titled, Todays Pakistan and Quaid-e-Awam Zulfikar Ali Bhutto to commemorate the day. A good number of party workers and leaders attended the seminar, which was addressed, among others, by Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, PPPs Secretary General Jehangir Badr, Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan Syed Mehdi Shah, Federal Minister Firdous Aashiq Awan, partys Punjab Secretary Information Dr Fakhruddin Ch and senior partly leaders, including Altaf Qureshi, Rana Ikram Rabbani, Farrukh Sohail, President Lahore Women Wing Sajida Mir and an old party guard Arif Khan. Columnist Mujeebur Rehman Shami also expressed his views on the occasion. Charged PPP workers kept raising slogans, 'Zinda Hai Bhutto Zinda Hai, Zinda Hai BB Zinda Hai and 'Asif Zardari Sab Pe Bhari throughout the seminar. They also demanded that killers of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto should be exposed and punished for their crime. We dont want 'roti, kapra aur makan, we just want to see BBs killers hanged, some party workers loudly said during the speech of the Punjab Governor. The speakers on this occasion also gave vent to their anger against the PML-N and a section of media for what they called conspiring against the PPP government and its Co-Chairman, President Asif Ali Zardari. Expressing confidence in the leadership of President Zardari, they vowed to make Bilawal Bhutto Zardari countrys prime minister. Addressing the seminar, Jehangir Badr said that ZA Bhutto was not only the leader of Pakistan, but also led the Third World with his unmatched qualities of leadership. He also lauded ZAB for initiating countrys nuclear programme. He said party had full faith in the leadership of President Asif Ali Zardari in the same way it had in that of ZAB and Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto. Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan Syed Mehdi Shah was of the view that PPP had been a victim of conspiracies since its inception. Sometimes, it became evident in the form of ZA Bhuttos judicial murder, at an other, in the shape of Mohtarma Benazir Bhuttos assassination, and now the same has been manifested in the form of conspiracies being hatched against party Co-Chairman Asif Zardari, he said, adding, that it was time that PPP workers from Khunjrab to Karachi should get united to foil the nefarious designs of opponents. Firdous Aashiq Awan criticised the PML-N leadership for its dual standards, saying that while they copied the leadership style of Bhutto family, but when it comes to sacrifices and dying for the cause of democracy, they sign ten-year agreements with dictators and flee from the country. She feared that party was facing more conspiracies from within than outside. It is time that we should hold self-accountability to find out the black sheep, she added. The minister also urged the need for bridging the gap between the party workers and leadership. Ikram Rabbani urged party leadership to take on anti-democratic forces with full force. He said that PPP had sacrificed a lot in various forms over the years, and now it was time that opponents should also have the taste of what he called Shaam-e-Ghareeban. Farrukh Sohail said that unless the PPP avenged the judicial murder of ZA Bhutto Shaheed, the forces that be would continue to force the party to collect dead bodies of its leaders. PPPs Lahore President Asghar Gujjar grilled the Punjab government for demolishing plazas in the City, saying that PPP would support those owners who were being victimised for being opponents of the PML-N. Talking about recent outbursts of Law Minister Rana Sanaullah against Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, he said that Rana was still immature and needed political training. Had he remained in PPP for quite some years, we would have trained him politically, he said. He said Bilawal Bhutto would be made countrys prime minister, and party would stand with him through thick and thin.