PML(N) chief Nawaz Sharif has asked the nation to get ready for offering sacrifices for a revolution in the country. Addressing a rally in Abbottabad on Wednesday, Nawaz said time had come that the people should come on streets to change their destiny. He asked the people to take part in the long march of lawyers, if they wanted to change their fate. Nawaz said President Zardari has again introduced the politics of horse-trading in the country. He lauded the efforts of Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, Sardar Mehtab Khan and Pir Sabir Shah for the restoration of deposed judges and supremacy of constitution. "Today is a defining moment in Pakistan's history. We can change the destiny of this country. "We want to change this outdated system because it poses a danger to our existence and they want to charge me for sedition," he told the rally of thousands of supporters, who cheered and waved party banners. The PML-N Quaid said the people were facing a grim situation, because they had not learnt to rise up against the system.