LAHORE All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) has claimed that PML-N government actions in 1999 drifting the country to a bankruptcy, which compelled Pervez Musharraf to intervene to save the country from complete destruction. Fawad Chaudhary, APML general secretary made this claim while talking to Musharraf loyalists at party office after chairing a meeting on Wednesday. He further claimed that Pervez Musharraf restored countrys economy and generated a lot economic activity through his wise and efficient team taking reign of power from PML-N. Fawad maintained that fragile economy, deteriorating law and order and power outages have become hallmark of PPP-led ruling coalition since Musharraf left his office in 2008. He alleged that PML-N regime in 1999 was the worst example of civil-dictatorship, which damaged the basic fabric of democratic values in the country. He while saying that German Nazi dictator Hitler also assumed power through public vote alleged that Nawaz Sharif has the same mindset and he led the country in the marsh of crises through his autocratic trends. APML activists Imran Shamsi, Mubassar Ahmed, Saad Malik, AbdullAh Sardar, Waris Khokar, Jalal Zaidi, Rida Zehra, Shahida Naseer and Arifa Irfan attended the meeting.