ISLAMABAD - PML-N President Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday came down hard on the federal government for its alleged flawed policies and urged the nation to support him for getting rid of the present rulers. Lets bring a revolution and get rid of the present rulers. We need the cooperation of masses like they did during the long march held for the reinstatement of the supreme judiciary, he said while addressing a protest camp organised by PML-N in front of the Parliament House against the loadshedding, law and order and other issues and also to mark October 12 as a black day against the military coup in 1999 by General Musharraf. PML-Q (Likeminded) chief Senator Salim Saifullah also joined the protest camp. Beside, the senior leadership of PML-N including Javed Hashmi, Khawaja Saad Rafiq, Hanif Abbasi and Senator Mushahidullah also addressed at the protest camp. Coming down hard on President Zardari and the incumbent government, Nawaz said that he never witnessed such a huge corruption scandals in his life. Institutions are in bad conditions while President Zardari is appointing his blue-eyed persons to run the institutions in order to get commission, Sharif said. The PML-N head asked Zardari to come out and see the sufferings of masses in the country. Mr Zardari, things will not work like this, Sharif said. He alleged that the ruling PPP has damaged the image of Pakistan and he would bring back the lost dignity of the nation. Talking about Sindh, he said that the situation in the province was worse than 1947 despite the fact that number of rulers from Sindh has governed the country. We will bury the negative politics forever and this was only possible if the youth of the country comes with him, Nawaz Sharif said. Referring to the apex courts verdict on Karachi unrest, Nawaz said that the court has pointed out the criminals and now it was to observe that when would the government submit the reference in the Supreme Court against the criminals. He added that the Parliamentarians should start counting days for its submission. Talking about the resolution of APC, he said that the Parliament has the authority to change, amend, reject or accept the resolution of All Parties Conference held here in Islamabad after various allegations levelled against Pakistan by US officials. Referring to October 12, 1999 when General Musharraf had imposed martial law and put the elected Prime Minister of the time behind the bars, Nawaz said that had Gen Musharraf not removed his government in 1999 the country would not have suffer such humiliation. There was nothing like terrorism, suicide attacks, inflation like now and loadshedding. We were producing extra electricity and were thinking to sell it to India while a motorway from Peshawar to Tashkent was also under consideration. There was a free foreign policy and we went for the nuclear weapons tests for the dignity of the country, Sharif added. Central leader of PML-N Khawaja Saad Rafiq while addressing on the occasion said that the President and the Prime Minister should resign for the record corruption held in their tenure. He vowed to continue protests till the resolution of peoples sufferings.