KARACHI - Sindh National Party (SNP) Chairman Amir Bhanbro, on Sunday, announced his party would move the apex court against the Sharif brothers for sealing a covert agreement with former president and retired general Pervez Musharraf under which they left the country and politics for ten years.Addressing a news conference at the Press Club, the nationalist leader claimed that he had the proof of corruption against former premier Nawaz Sharif and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. “The Sharif brothers left the country through their written apology to the then army chief, leaving the people as well as their party workers and leaders at the mercy of the despot,” he asserted while announcing, “Being a citizen of Pakistan, I will file a petition in the Supreme Court to pursue Mehran Bank scandal and other corruption cases, including Yellow Cab scheme, Hudabia Paper Mills, against the Sharifs.” Bhanbhro hoped that the court would take a notice of the alleged corruption of the Sharif brothers. Flanked by other party leaders, Bhanbhro announced that he would soon set up a hunger-strike camp in front of the apex court (building) to draw its attention to the corruption charges against the two PML-N leaders. Coming down hard on the ruling PPP for diverting 700-MW electricity from Sindh to the Punjab, the nationalist leader alleged that the government was in cahoots with the Sharif brothers. He also held Nawaz Sharif responsible for the present energy crisis, recalling that it was his government that shelved the Thar Coal, Keti Bandar and other power projects, and branded him as enemy of Sindh. He also criticised the courts for not taking any notice against the Sharif brothers.The SNP chief appealed to the people of Sindh to unite to safeguard the rights of the province and not to rely on the PPP as well as the PML-N.Later, a large number of SNP workers staged a protest outside the press club against the proposed Zulfiqarabad town in Thatta district. Bhanbhro said the project would turn the people of the province into a minority, so the government should shelve it forthwith.