Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Monday reiterated its stance on early elections, saying that it would oppose the appointment of a new prime minister, in case Yousuf Raza Gilani is ousted from his job.

After submitting his nomination papers for the Senate elections here in Islamabad on Monday, Senior PML-N leader Senator Ishaq Dar told media persons that his party had not backtracked from its demand of holding early general elections.

He said that his party would take steps for making the Election Commission impartial.

When asked about the memogate scandal, Ishaq Dar insisted that the PML-N was acting responsibly on the matter and that disinformation was being spread against his party leadership.