ISLAMABAD - Ruling out any intention to sabotage the democratic dispensation, PML-N chief Muhammad Nawaz Sharif made it clear on Monday that his party was struggling in strengthening democratic order rather than helping any specific political party to clinging power. We are not helping any specific political party. Rather we are cooperating in strengthening the democratic system in the country, he told members of partys Central Executive Committee, parliamentary parties as well as district presidents and general secretaries at an extra ordinary meeting at PC hotel Bhurban in Murree. Nawaz Sharif, however, regretted over the pace of implementation of Charter of Democracy (CoD), saying the present day challenges confronting the country could be tackled only through a revolution. He was of the view that only those nations in the world make progress, who establish a mechanism of accountability and punishments for the promotion of justice-based system, adding that PML-N was still committed to the implementation of Charter of Democracy. The PML-N Chief further elucidated that the present situation in the country was worse than the situation in 1947 and the direction towards which Pakistan was drifting was not the destination of the country and the masses. The masses demonstrated their power by coming out on the roads to ensure the restoration of the sacked judiciary and it seems that in the future, the other challenges of the country could not be addressed without the demonstration of power by the masses. Main Nawaz Sharif also reiterated that the PML-N would be transformed into a revolutionary political party with a clear aim to address the basic problems of the masses through a revolutionary zeal. He said that the PML-N would be cleared of all opportunists, as during the sacking of Mian Shahbaz Sharifs provincial government, a number of opportunists tried to join the party, but the party will be purged out from all these elements. He said that the main reason behind the deprivations and failures of the democratic regimes in the country was that all the parties had neglected the philosophy and principles of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. This, he said, resulted in the imposition of dictatorial regimes for more than 33 years of the countrys existence, but from now, the PML-N will emerge as the real inheritor of the Quaids teachings and philosophy, Nawaz added. PML-N did not aim its politics for power and authority but wanted politics for values and democratic norms and would not compromise on its principled stance to gain authority. PML-N has initiated its passage with a new resolve, Nawaz maintained. Mian Nawaz Sharif further reiterated that the PML-N would be transformed into an exemplary party and basic structure from the grass root level will be reintroduced at all levels and the nomination process for the office bearers of the party will be completed soon. The meeting, through a resolution, appointed Nawaz Sharif as Chairman of partys Central Organizing Committee to reorganize the party in the country and hold elections by March 23, 2010. He also announced a number of working groups on various challenges being faced by the country in order to evolve a roadmap for the party leadership whenever it got a chance to become in power. Nawaz Sharif also reiterated that he would personally ensure that no turncoats make their way into the party again, and would rather try to help those party workers to come forward who had suffered during Musharrafs dictatorial regime but remained steadfast and loyal to the party. The PML-C meeting dissolved all the organisational bodies of the party, and formed a Central Organising Committee (COC) with party leader and former premier Mian Nawaz Sharif as its chairman. In a joint declaration issued after the meeting, PML-N demanded the government to restore the Constitution to its pre-12 Oct 1999 position under Article 1, to repeal the 17th Amendment, for their to be no protection to Pervez Musharrafs Nov 3rd unconstitutional steps, the convention of an all parties conference, fixing those responsible for the sugar crisis and resolving masses problems including price hike, unemployment, load shedding and poverty. It was also demanded in the meeting that the Supreme Court had declared Musharraf 3rd November steps unconstitutional and demanded of the federal government to register a case against the dictator under Article 6, being the guardian of the country. The meeting also demanded of the government to convene an all parties conference on the Balochistan issue in the best interest of the country and also bring under discussion the sugar crisis, rental power stations and implement directions proposed by the parliament in this regard. It also demanded of the government to expose those responsible for the sugar crisis and other problems. The information secretary of PML-N, Ahsan Iqbal, has said that those who scoffed at PML-Ns self-exile were themselves facing the trauma. Referring to PML-Ns struggle against anti-constitutional former President Musharraf, while addressing Central Executive Committee of the party, he said that like Pakistans independence in Ramadan of 1947, Mian Nawaz Sharif had also selected the Holy month for determining new strategy for the party. He said that the Country was being deliberately being pushed towards the brink of anarchy and disaster, and said that former President Musharraf had failed in his endeavors to coerce the party into submission. He affirmed a strong commitment to all the party activists who suffered in line to duty towards party, terming them as party assets. He said that new strategy being evolved for the party outlook would help strengthen the party, and also conveyed party head Mian Nawaz Sharifs firm belief regarding the importance of party activists. The meeting was also addressed by several stalwarts of the party including raja zafar ul Haq, Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, Ghous Ali Shah, CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, Sardar Mehtab Khan Abbasi, Pir Sabir Shah, Sardar Yaqoob Nasir, Makhdoom Javed Hashmi and Begum Ishrat Ashraf.