ABBOTTABAD (AFP) - About 300 supporters of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) on Thursday rallied against the government and America in the town where Osama bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy SEALs. The protesters carried portraits of Nawaz Sharif, who has demanded a full independent inquiry into how bin Laden came to live in Abbottabad and the American raid, which took place without Pakistans knowledge. The marchers in the garrison town shouted Go, America Go, Down with (US President Barack) Obama and Down with (President Asif Ali) Zardari, waving the green flags of the PML-N. Some participants chanted Long live Osama bin Laden, witnesses said. Addressing the rally, local politician Murtaza Javed echoed Sharifs demand for a full judicial inquiry into the operation. People should know why the military, which gets a major share of the national budget, failed to protect the countrys security and sovereignty, he told the gathering. Another local deputy, Sardar Aurangzeb Malhota, charged that Zardaris corrupt government had sold out Pakistan.