PESHAWAR Secretary General PML(Q) Senator Mush-ahid Hussain Sayed has said that there is no danger to the system in the current scenario but the chair of the President is in peril. Addressing the Provincial Council meeting of PML(Q) here on Sunday, Mushahid further said that neither was Army going to be involved in politics, nor was there any mid-term elections going to be held. He said President Asif Zardari was endeavouring to damage the institutions of the country for the sake of changing his status from an accused person to an oppressed one. He said that by taking undemocratic and unconstitutional steps, Zardari was attempting to save his chair. He said that Government had opened new fronts with the Army, media and judiciary of the country and added that masses were on the side of judiciary in the current crisis and President Zardari would not succeed in his designs. He said the role of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and the apex court was admirable in issuing orders against bigwigs in sugar and flour crises. He said that instead of saving his job, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani should play his constitutional and democratic role to save the country. The PML(Q) stalwart further said that his was not favouring to name NWFP as Pakhtunkhwa and maintained that such decisions should not be taken in drawing rooms. Speaking on the occasion, PML(Q) Provincial President Engineer Amir Muqam said that the name of NWFP should be changed through consensus, adding the name Pakhtunkhwa was not acceptable to them. He also demanded of the Government to stop killings of Pakhtuns in Karachi. Earlier the Provincial Council through a unanimous resolution demanded of the Government to act upon the decisions of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Instead of appointing administrators in the local government bodies, they demanded that election to the local bodies should be held within sixty days of timeframe and demanded that drone attacks must be stopped as they were against the sovereignty of the country. Eulogising the role of security forces in fetching peace to Malakand division, meeting also demanded through a resolution, jointly passed, that both the provincial and the central governments come forward to end price hike and unemployment as well as bring an end to corruption in the country.