ISLAMABAD PML-N central leader and Leader of Opposition in National Assembly Ch Nisar Ali Khan has warned that he will step down as Chairman Public Accounts Committee (PAC) if the government continues creating hurdles in the implementation of its decisions. Addressing a press conference here at Punjab House on Saturday, Nisar termed the rule under President Zardari worse than the Musharrafs dictatorial era and also grilled all those who were supporting him. Responding to series of questions, Nisar confirmed the meeting of his partys leadership with a housing tycoon and said that actually he came to Nawaz Sharif with a message from President Zardari. To another question in this regard, he said that the housing tycoon was not so important that he might affect his relations with the party high command and further said that during Nawaz Sharifs visit to his residence, a couple of days back, he (housing tycoon) did not figure in the conversation. Dispelling the impression of any difference with the party leadership, he categorically denied the reports published in media. To a question about the new provinces, Nisar said that government was creating issues only to divert attention of the people from real problems and said the removal of incumbent government, particularly President Zardari, was imperative to get the country out of prevailing crises and put it on the road to progress and prosperity. He asked the masses to come and join hands with PML-N to get rid the country of these tyrants who were looting and plundering the national wealth and making the lives of the poor masses worse with each passing day. Nisar said he would be calling the meeting of PAC on 25th or 26th of this month to have a stock of the situation and would draw future course of action. He said although his party leadership wanted him to continue as the Chairman PAC yet in the given situation, where the government was not ready to implement PAC orders, it would be difficult for him to continue and he might resign from the post. Appreciating the role of other members of the PAC, Nisar said the committee had worked in the best national interest and, besides clearing the backlog of four decades, they had recovered some Rs 115 billion. He said PAC had cleared 40 years backlog. We have started from 1988 and now reached to 2008, Nisar added. He said international community had also appreciated the performance of PAC. He claimed being chairman of PAC he never gave any favours to anybody. To another question, he said PML-N had joined the government only to strengthen the countrys democratic institutions and when they saw that the government was not sincere, they had not wasted even a single minute to quit it. Terming the current dispensation under Zardari as the most corrupt in the countrys history, Nisar said there were four institutions to check corruption out of which they had turned NAB as incapacitated, kept the slot of Federal Ombudsman vacant for eight months while government functionaries were not at all ready to implement the decisions of the Supreme Court and PAC.