ISLAMABAD (APP) - Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Monday strongly rejected the allegations leveled against its leadership and parliamentarians by PML-N spokesman Siddiq-ul-Farooq and termed these baseless and misleading. According to a statement issued by the PPP Central Secretariat, those who have been named for enjoying support of banned organisations belong to religious families and successors of renowned mashaikh and religious scholars. They are popular figures in their respective constituencies and do not need support of banned outfits in elections, the statement said. The statement said that the PML-N spokesman should not forget that his party got support of banned outfit during by-polls in Jhang constituency. Moreover, on the direction of Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah flags of banned outfits organisation were hoisted in Faisalabad, Sargodha and southern Punjab for political leverage. The statement said that Rana Sanaullah gave official protocol to chief of the banned organisation Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan Ahmed Ludhianvi after suicide attack at the Khosa House in Dera Ghazi Khan. It is further stated that the Punjab Chief Minister issued a statement on March 15, 2010 pleading Taliban to spare Punjab as PML-N holds same political ideology. The statement said that the PML-N spokesman should also keep in mind that PPP suffered badly due to terrorism and only PPP was the main target of terrorists. PPP remained the main target of terrorists ranging from judiciary movement to Liaqat Bagh tragedy, the statement concluded.