OUR STAFF REPORTER GUJRANWALA - PML-N MNA Hamza Shahbaz has said that the federal government has lost its moral right to rule the country and now it is the responsibility to oust the rulers by taking to streets. The clique of corrupt rulers has been busy looting the national kitty with both hands and they have nothing to do with public welfare or countrys development. Our canals system has vast potential for cheap power generation and turbines on canals can help mitigate power crisis within a span of six months in the country. Hamza Shahbaz was addressing a workers meeting here on Saturday which was attended by members of National and Provincial assemblies, party ticket-holders and office-bearers and prominent workers. MNA Kh Saad Rafique also addressed the meeting. Speaking on the occasion, Hamza Shahbaz lashed out at both the federal and Sindh government, saying that the flood devastated people had been left unattended and they were busy playing musical chair of the politics re-conciliation. PML-N Chief Mian Nawaz Sharif was warmly welcomed during his visits to flood affected areas where people shared with him the injustices committed with them by the PPP government thats why the PPP is unable to digest the bare reality, he said. In his address, Kh Saad Rafique blamed that establishment had become the biggest hurdle in the way of revolution of democracy and change. He added that President himself involved in corruption along with Prime Minister and cabinets members while the whole nation was paying the price for it in shape of poverty and lawlessness. He said that PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif was the only person in the country who opposed Kerry-Lugar Bill while the government and even the Army compromised the national interests. He hoped that PML-N public rally scheduled for November 25 in Gujranwala would rewrite the history of the city and instructed the party workers to get prepared for it wholeheartedly. Two killed in gas cylinder blast: Two engineer brothers were buried alive while 12 others were when the roof a factory caved in after gas cylinders blast at Small Industries Estate No-2 here on Saturday. Reportedly, work was in progress at a plastic grain preparing factory when a cylinder explosion resulted in the collapsed of major part of the factory. Rescue 1122 and other helping agencies reached the spot and removed the wreckage. Two dead bodies of engineers - Tanvir and Zaheer, both brothers, were recovered while 12 labourers including Sher Ali, Qamar Abbas, Shabbir, Danish, Zaki Ullah, Faisal were rushed to hospital. Most of them were discharged from hospital after first aid.