LAHORE- Personal security guard of slain PPP leader Benazir Bhutto, who lost his one leg during December 27, 2007 deadly attack on her leader, set up a protest camp at Chairing Cross in front of Punjab Assembly on Monday to register protest over apathy of partys present leadership, which did not provide him the promised financial support after his disability. Sitting on a wheel chair, Muhammad Saleem Khan, along with scores of other party workers, spent the entire day on The Mall, Chairing Cross, to divert leaderships attention towards his pathetic condition he was in because of the disability he acquired as a result of the deathly assault. Talking to The Nation outside his camp, he said that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and Federal Minister Dr Babar Awan had visited him at Mayo Hospital a year back and promised to give him Rs 0.2 million besides a residential plot as compensation, but despite lapse of over a year, neither of the two had fulfilled their promises. Chairman Benazir Income Support Programme Farzana Raja had also promised to provide me financial support, but she broke her promise as well and never turned up again, he further stated. Saleem Khan said that party workers had been left shelterless after assassination of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto as present leadership was not paying heed to their grievances. He believed that PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was unaware of plight of party workers as leadership was not presenting a true picture of workers problems before him. He alleged that PPP ministers were involved in loot and plunder, and in the process, had forgotten the loyal party workers. He said he had been forced to lodge protest against party leadership in utter despair, as he was facing tremendous problems in supporting his family because of his disability. Meanwhile, Senior Punjab Minister, Raja Riaz visited Salim Khan twice on Monday and requested him to dismount his camp, assuring that he would get the promised financial support very soon. But, according to Saleem Khan, he did not oblige him, saying that he did not believe his words.