ISLAMABAD (Online) - PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif has said that he has no desire to become Leader of the House or Opposition leader and vowed to struggle for the restoration of judiciary by becoming part of the Parliament. Talking to a private TV channel, Nawaz said that no one would be allowed to put the issue of judges' restoration in background as the country immensely needs independent judiciary. He said that the power and the government were not supreme as compared to the country's interest and "we are committed to get the country out of current crises. The PML-N would sit on the treasury benches and every bill in accordance with Charter of Democracy (CoD) would be supported and would not get the country back in era of 90s. He said with confidence that the deposed judges would be restored one day but it would had been better if judges were restored till May 12 deadline. He said that the lawyers' fraternity, civil society and political segments were waiting for the judges' restoration but judges were not restored, adding that "we are with them." He said that our members took the oath for the restoration of deposed judges and quit the government over not fulfillment of pledges made by us to the people of Pakistan. "We were happy over Murree Declaration and now today we are feeling the same level of sadness," he added. Responding to a question, Nawaz Sharif said that there would be no instability after restoration of judiciary but in fact it would be beneficial to Pakistan People's Party and the entire nation. Commenting on future of the alliance, Nawaz Sharif said that both the parties respect mandate of each other but if Murree Declaration was implemented, the alliance would have been more strengthened. "Pakistan is facing enormous problems and unity is required immensely to solve these problems," he added. Nawaz Sharif alleged that his and nomination papers of Shahbaz Sharif were rejected on the orders of Pervez Musharraf, adding that his (Musharraf)conspiracies would be foiled. Monitoring Desk adds: PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif said he would not move the sitting Courts if his nomination papers were rejected, because it would the insult to the judiciary if those who took oath under PCO were called judges. Talking to a private TV channel, Nawaz said the present situation was quite different to that in which his papers had been rejected in the regime of Pervez Musharraf and his allies. To a question, Nawaz said that Pervez Musharraf was controlling the PML-Q, and he could make its members play like puppets. He said that his party's aim of restoring judges could not be completed without the reinstatement of all deposed judges including Iftikhar Chaudhry. "PPP Co-Chairman Asif Zardari has assured me of his full support in Punjab government", Nawaz said hoping that Zardari would fulfill his words. Newsdesk from Lahore adds: PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif has said that his party has planned to launch a massive movement alongwith civil society, lawyers and other political parties for reinstatement of judges and end of dictatorship. In an exclusive interview with The Nation on Tuesday, he said, 'the whole world knows who is harming the democratic system. A dictator is damaging country's institutions'. He said that the Presidency has become a hub of conspiracies but its all conspiracies will be foiled by political forces. Presidency has insulted people's mandate and Aiwan-i-Sadr has to bear the consequences, he added. To a question, he said, a conspiracy was hatched to destabilise the PPP govt in Centre and PML-N govt in Punjab. The PML-N has majority seats in Punjab and any effort to sabotage its govt will face public wrath, he added. Answering a question, he said,'if there are bold and courageous judges in courts than profiteers and hoarders will not survive and judges actions in this regard will not affect the govt writ in any area'. To a query, he said, 'those people who are responsible for food crisis, price-hike and loadshedding cannot blame the present govt in this regard'. According to him, Pakistan and Pervez Musharraf cannot survive together. He said no President in the past had insulted Presidency to the extent Pervez Musharraf has done. To another query regarding PPP, he said he did not say anything in this context. However, he said, 'I know one thing that is whosever will have expectations and hopes from Presidency his political future is not good'.