RAWALPINDI-Punjab Chief Minister, Sardar Dost Muhammad Khan Khosa has said that Pakistan Muslim League (N) cannot become part of any agenda to strengthen dictatorship and it has truly represented people's mandate by not compromising on its principled stand of restoration of judges. The demands of supremacy of law and justice can never be fulfilled by taking judiciary hostage and the day is not far off when the deposed judges would be reinstated with dignity and honour. Sardar Dost Muhammad expressed these views while addressing a meeting of office-bearers of PML(N) and party workers at Punjab House Rawalpindi. President PML Youth Wing Mian Ghulam Hussain Shahid, Begum Najma Hameed, Begum Tahira Aurangzeb, Malik Adnan, Raja Waheed Mehfooz, Zaigham Shah, Akhtar Mehmood Advocate, Sardar Nasim Ahmad, Shaukat Iqbal Janjua, Ch. Khalid Mehmood, Haji Pervez Khan and a large number of party workers were present on this occasion. The Chief Minister said that PML (N) would continue its struggle for the restoration of judges and national constitution in its original form. He said that PML (N) decision to detach itself from power at the centre had given a new dimension to national politics and PML leadership had taken the right decision of upholding its principles.