RAWALPINDI - Holding President Asif Ali Zardari responsible for all problems, Chief Minister (CM) Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif said that if the nation wanted to put the country on road to progress and to get rid of foreign loans it was imperative to throw Zardari out from the presidency. He said this at Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) on Saturday where he handed over keys of 92 taxicabs to the winners under "Apna Rozgar Scheme". Senator Pervaiz Rasheed, PML-N MNAs including Muhammad Hanif Abbasi, Begum Najma Hameed, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, MPAs Chaudhry Sarfraz Afzal, Raja Muhammad Hanif Advocate, Malik Iftikhar, Malik Ghulam Raza, many other PML-N supporters, Commissioner Rawalpindi Division Zahid Saeed, DCO Saqib Zafar, Regional Police Officer (RPO) Captain (Retd) Muhammad Zubair and many other district government officials were also present on the occasion. The hall was echoed with a slogan "Go Zardari Go", chanted by the charged PML-N legislators and supporters. While addressing, CM Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif said, "The time has come to implement the slogan "Go Zardari Go" in its true letter and spirit if we want to save the country from destruction and to get rid of foreign loans." He, while clearing his earlier statement of hanging 'thieves' in the middle of square, said that he would do this also in future as he could not put sweet into the mouths of 'looters, robbers and swindlers.' "I will bring all the muggers in the middle of the roads to teach them a lesson," he added. In response to the slogans of "Go Zardari Go" by the N league supporters, Shahbaz said that now the slogan should not be remained a slogan rather it would be given real shape to secure Pakistan from the looters. "As a basic step the government needs to get rid of foreign aid to break the shackles of foreign domination and intervention in the internal affairs of Pakistan," he said. Mian Shahbaz Sharif said that his administration saved a lot of money as he and his other colleague spent their own money on official tours and visits. By using the money saved during official tours, Punjab government sent a large number of students from all provinces to foreign countries for higher education, the CM added. The CM said that his administration's efforts were satisfactory but further efforts were needed to cope with the threats in future. Punjab government had forced the private hospitals and laboratories not to overcharge the dengue patients and the high court rejected pleas against these steps as some heavy weights tried to create hurdles, he stated. He said that more job opportunities would be provided to the educated youth of Punjab under "Yellow Cab Scheme" and after completion of distribution of 20,000 vehicles under this scheme, more vehicles would be given during the next phase. He said that that Pakistan could be saved and developed through austerity, hard working and honesty. He said that the poor people have also right over the resources of Pakistan and the aim of yellow cab scheme was to provide resources to them. He said that yellow cab scheme was the idea of Mian Nawaz Sharif which was being forwarded. He said that first time this scheme had been launched during PML-N government in 1990-93. He said that the aim of yellow cab scheme was to provide job opportunities to the educated youth so that they could stand on their own feet and earn livelihood in a respectable way.