RAWALPINDI - Former federal minister for manpower and labour Ghulam Sarwar Khan has termed the November 3 steps of President Musharraf as unconstitutional and said that Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid) President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain would not be changed. He said this during a press conference at the Rawalpindi Islamabad Press Club on Sunday. MPA Muhammad Shafique, Nazim Taxila Siddique Khan and many others were also present on the occasion. Sarwar said that the coalition government has completely flopped to provide relief to the people. He said that the 'Q' had lost the elections due to the issues of Lal Masjid, flour and power shortage and inflation. Sarwar alleged that Mian Nawaz Sharif was destroying the institutions by conflicted politics. He said Nawaz transferred many high-ups in awake of revenge to PML-Q previous government. He said that the Murree Accord could not be implemented in its real spirit and added that Nawaz Sharif was destroying the country by favouring only one judge, deposed Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Ch , out of sixty judges. He said that the decisions related to future of Pakistan were being done in London that was actually not in favour of the country. He said that the accused of May 12 carnage were seated in Sindh government and alleged PML-N leaders for taking the credit of the development works started by PML-Q.