ISLAMABAD Major Opposition party Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) has warned the PPP-led Government of grave consequences if it did not resolve the judicial crisis immediately by withdrawing notifications about Lahore High Courts Chief Justice Khawaja Sharif and Justice Saqib Nisar. Insiders informed TheNation that partys Central Organising Committee (COC), which met in the chair of PML-N Quaid Mian Nazaw Sharif on emergency basis here at the Punjab House on Sunday, discussed at length the judicial crisis that started on Saturday and decided a timeline for the Government to resolve the issue. The party has decided a timeline for the Government and will unveil it soon, a participant of the meeting told TheNation, requesting not to be named, in a reference to the partys future course of action. Another participant of the meeting who also requested anonymity said the meeting had decided to take on the ruling PPP, particularly the President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani for their illegal and unconstitutional actions which led to the judicial crisis. According to the informed sources, the meeting had brainstormed the issue with over a dozen legal and constitutional experts and decided to condemn the illegal and unconstitutional steps taken by the Government. Later, the PML-N Quaid while addressing a crowded press conference declared President Zardari as grave threat to democracy. Zardari is doing biggest disservice to democracy, Nawaz said, adding that yesterdays incident was an action replay of the dictator. It were people of Pakistan and not the Government who restored the judiciary. He also blamed Prime Minister Gilani for deviating from his commitment with him during their recent meeting that Government would implement the recommendation of the Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. Nawaz Sharif demanded of the Government to withdraw the notifications without further delay and implement SCs recommendations, apex court verdict on National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) and Charter of Democracy (CoD). He demanded that those government functionaries facing corruption charges in the wake of SC verdict on NRO should resign. He said money stashed in Swiss banks should be recovered as it belonged to the people of Pakistan. PML-N has been steadfastly struggling for the rule of law and Constitution, therefore, we cannot compromise over the corrupt practices of the Government, he said. Answering a question, Nawaz said that people of Pakistan would not allow Pakistan Army to intervene in the judicial crisis, arguing such interventions can only be prevented through the independent judiciary, which, he regretted, was not being digested by the rulers. To another question, he said his party would not keep silence and would keep close watch on the rulers consequential steps, adding the PML-N will play its effective role in the greater interest of supremacy of rule of law, Constitution as well as democracy. If we do not play our role for independence of judiciary, people of Pakistan will be fed up of democracy, he warned. He added his party would also contact other political forces to evolve a joint course of action. Agencies add: Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) will not allow the government to go scot-free, Mian Nawaz Sharif has warned while terming President Asif Ali Zardari the biggest threat to the democracy in Pakistan. Today, if there is really a danger to democracy, it is through these kinds of acts by Zardari, Nawaz declared. The Government is attacking the judiciary to protect its corruption. The PML-N condemned the Saturdays incident, as the event plunged the country into uncertainty as the Presidency crossed its limits, Nawaz observed. He said Saturdays incident was an action replay of November 3, 2007, adding the government is targeting the judiciary to protect its corruption. The Army should play the role stipulated in the Constitution, he added. Nawaz said he forcefully warned the government to ensure the supremacy of the Constitution, adding his party categorically rejects the autocratic method adopted by the government. He told journalists that he had asked Prime Minister Gilani a day before not to delay the implementation on the recommendations regarding judges appointment. However, the following day, something else surfaced, he added, demanding that the recommendations of Chief Justice Chaudhry should be immediately put into action. Nawaz said the PML-N wants to make it abundantly clear to the Government in unequivocal terms that it would not be allowed to go its way on judges appointments nor would it be spared the chance for corruption. We can make harsh decisions in the coming days and will protest in and outside the Parliament and mobilise the masses. We will not allow anyone to spoil the institutions for personal motives, he said. Had the Charter of Democracy been implemented, there would not have been these problems, he asserted, demanding President Zardari to bring back to Pakistan his wealth siphoned off into Swiss accounts; this is the hard-earned money of the people of Pakistan. The country has been turned into a circus, he added. The people of Pakistan will take care of all affairs, the Army should not be dragged in; nor should the Army get itself involved in such affairs, he said.