LAHORE - PML-N central leader Tehmina Doltana has said the country is passing through hard times and PPP despite being in coalition partners is making all decisions without consulting PML-N leadership. She was addressing a ceremony held in connection with the 41st anniversary of Mather-e-Milat Fatima Jinnah here at the Karachi Hall of the Lahore High Court Bar organised by the PML-N lawyers Wing. Among others PML-N lawyers wing President Khawaja Mehmood and Naseer Ahmed Bhutta also addressed the ceremony. A large number of lawyers were present on the occasion. Tehmina Doltana said the countrymen were facing a lots of problems on account of price-hike and food inflation while the prices of items of daily use were going out of the reach of the common men. She said the PPP led federal government had not respect the mandate. She said PML-N leadership quit the coalition government of PPP when it smelt that PPP was not going to honour the promises and pledges made in the Murree Declaration. She criticised the constitutional package of the PPP on judicial crisis and termed that was futile exercise and it would not give any way out for judges restoration. Tehmina declared that the deposed judges could be and can be restored by just an executive order of the Prime Minister. The PML-N leader said that American policies were being imposed on Pakistan and the PPP government was allowing growing interference of USA in the internal affairs of the country and the sovereignty of Pakistan was under attack as Pakistan was being dictated by the superpowers. She made it clear that Pakistan was not made for implementation of US policies but she regretted that the same was being done practically in the country. Notice issued to Faisal Saleh on election plea An election tribunal comprising Justice Ali Akbar Qureshi has issued notice to PML-Q MNA Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat for October 10 on an election petition filed by Syed Abida Hussain of PPP seeking his disqualification for holding the National Assembly seat. Abida Hussian, a defeated candidate from NA-88 Jhang, pleaded that her opponent won election by committing pre-poll and post-poll rigging as he and his supporters harassed her polling agents and polling staff. She also alleged that even the women voters were threatened and stopped from casting vote in her favour. She prayed that notification of Saleh's success might be set aside.