LAHORE PML-N Quaid Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has accused the government of practising corruption at full pace and also for failing to implement the Supreme Court decision whereof the public problems were piling up every moment. Addressing party workers from Khybar Pakhtunkhwa at Raiwind on Friday, Nawaz said corruption at the government level is in full swing, begetting a new scandal every next day. Referring to the Supreme Court decision on NRO, he lamented over the fact that the government was not acting upon it accordingly, and that negative steps of the government had added greatly to the masses problems. He lambasted at the government for blending a number of issues with the abolition of 17th Amendment and said, today no protest would have been going on in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, had the government, in accordance with the Charter of Democracy, done away with the 17th Amendment of Pervez Musharraf, settling down rest of the issues through 19th Amendment. This also would not have occasioned the political parties writing dissenting note nor any protest taking place in KP. Nawaz regretted that the Musharraf remnants were creating chaos in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under a conspiracy, and they have been given a free hand to play their game. He said his party would do its best to address genuine and legitimate demands of the Hazara people and he asked party workers from KP to rise above their personal interests to make the party strong, and in that course they must support the efforts of the head of the Organisation Committee Sardar Mehtab Khan Abbasi. Nawaz said, including the poor and the middle class, his party represented people from every class. His party, he said, had served the people and the country without any discrimination. The future of the Pakistani nation, he said, was quite bright. Nawaz Sharif said the misdirected and wrong policies of the Central Government besides, its wrong priorities, had thrown the masses into mire of problems and the PML-N cannot leave the masses in lurch at the moment. He said his party would not shirk any sacrifice for the sake of masses. To a question Nawaz Sharif said his party disliked the use of negative tactics for particular ends. He said after election in February 2008, restoration of judges and the Constitution, end to loadshedding and corruption, besides addressing problems of the masses, were the priorities of his party. But, he said with heavy heart, that the Federal Government wasted away two years to restore the judiciary and the Constitution, and today the corruption was on with full pace.