LONDON Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that Pakistan is passing through the most difficult times in its history, adding that future generations will not forgive us, if we did not united all the forces on a single platform to steer the nation out of the present crises. Talking to scholars, religious leaders and prominent members of Pakistan community in Birmingham, the PML-N leader said that the incumbent federal government was looting the public resources while the masses are fed up of the rulers due to extreme levels of poverty, unemployment and corruption. He urged the religious leaders and scholars to lend him a helping hand in getting rid to the present challenges facing the country. Shahbaz said that those who think they could bypass judiciarys decisions are living in a fools paradise. The PPP-led governments policies revolve around personal interests, he added. On relations with India, he said peace in the region is impossible without resolving the contentious issues between Pakistan and India, including the Kashmir problem.