Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) MNA and district president of the party Pervez Malik has said that Pakistan People Party (PPP) would be expelled out of Lahore during next general election.

Addressing a public gathering in Shah Jamal area of Lahore on Sunday, Pervez Malik said that PPP due to its misdeeds during last four years has lost credibility among the masses and they no more wanted to see PPP in power.

He said that tall claims of facilitating the masses with basic needs of life fell flat and instead it deprived the countrymen of "Roti, Kaprra and Makan" against its manifesto.

Pervez Malik said that anti-masses agendas of PPP have put the survival of the masses at stake.

He blamed that due to poor governance, poverty, unemployment and insecurity touched their peaks in country's history and masses were left with no option but to get rid of miseries inflicted by PPP.