ISLAMABAD Except the Chief Minister of Punjab, all the three chief ministers of the provinces would be sitting on the stage with Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani when he would address the nation on Sunday evening. Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani would not go hostile against the superior judiciary, but with the three chief ministers and Senior Minister in the Punjab Cabinet sitting with him on the stage, the Premier would give the message to the whole nation that the people from one corner of the country to the other are standing behind them in keeping the incumbent political dispensation, both at centre and the provinces, intact. In a dramatic move Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif has kept himself aloof from the whole exercise to give the message that they are not with the Government but with the apex judiciary in the current government-judiciary standoff. Sources said that when contacted by the Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif had expressed his inability to join him on the occasion of his address to the nation owing to some other important engagement. However, later it was decided that instead of Chief Minister Punjab Senior Minister in Punjab Cabinet, Raja Riaz, who belongs to Pakistan Peoples Party, would attend the ceremony. Sources in Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz informed TheNation that party Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif was very clear in his opinion that they would not go against the apex judiciary, rather they could go to any extent for establishing the rule of law in the country. It was further decided by the PML-N leadership that they would not provide their shoulder to the Government in the present standoff with apex judiciary and reiterated their demand that the Government should comply with each and every order of the apex court. The PM House sources said that PM Gilani would take the nation into confidence regarding executive orders for reinstating judges, law and order situation, steps being taken for the rehabilitation of flood-hit people and the Governments performance in depth. Sources further informed that Prime Minister would not take any hostile line against the superior judiciary, he would politely mention all the steps his Government had taken for the supremacy of the apex judiciary including the orders of their release he had passed even before taking oath as Prime Minister. He would also mention the restoration of the judges by his Government and reiterate his Governments commitment to complete compliance of the verdicts of the apex judiciary remaining within the ambit of Constitution.