As Pakistan mourns Dhaka debacle amid precarious political situation prevailing in the country, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Babar Awan has said that rope has been tightened around parliaments neck. Speaking at a press briefing on Friday, he slammed PML-N chief and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for moving the Supreme Court of Pakistan in memogate case. He said that Sharif toppled Benazir governments in the past and was unable to bear the burden of heavy mandate in 1999. Awan said that Nawaz was uneasy with the Parliament and wanted to strangle it to death.