LAHORE - PML-N Punjab Leader Sajjad Hussain Chheena has said that impeachment of President Pervez Musharraf would further strengthen parliament and democracy in the country. Addressing a meeting at Mazang with Mian Zulfiqar Rathore in the chair here on Friday, he said, "there is consensus among democratic forces in this regard and PPP should not show reluctance in taking initiative." He said the objective of supremacy of parliament and a rule of law could not be achieved as long as Pervez Musharraf was present in the President House. He said people gave mandate on Feb 18 for changing system and not for bringing new faces adding "change in President House is essential to bring an end to the deprivations." He said visit of Shahbaz Sharif of different areas in undated by rain water speak of his keen interest in redressing people's grievances and providing them relief with out any delay. Sajjad said that people were pleasantly surprised to see Mian Shahbaz Shaif among them selves who want to do a lot for them but regrettably conspiracies were being hatched against him from President House. He said that Chief Minister's only objective of holding open kutcheries was to redress grievances of oppressed people observing "If there was an effective system to ensure accessibility to justice, there was no need for holding open kutcheries by CM or ministers." Govt not interested in resolving public miseries: JI Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Pakistan Secretary General Syed Munawar Hassan has said the PPP-led coalition government instead of fulfilling its electoral slogan of 'Roti, Kapra aur Makan' has pushed the nation deep into price hike, poverty, hunger, suicides, unemployment and lawlessness. He was delivering Friday sermon at Mansoorah mosque. Munawar said PPP Co-chairman Asif Zardari and PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif have become accustomed to self exile to such an extent that now they do not feel at home inside the country. He said the nation gave them mandate to solve national problems and rid country of America and Gen Musharraf, but they had displayed a callous disinterest to national problems and public miseries, adding that one of them was sitting in London while the other enjoying luxuries of five star hotels in Dubai on public expense and holding meetings of the Federal Cabinet there instead of Islamabad. Munawar said the hard earned money of the nation that was suffering from poverty and hunger was being spent on moving planes loaded of ministers, advisors and secretaries to Dubai to attend the meetings of the Federal Cabinet. Munawar said it was the most unfortunate thing for Pakistan that its elected government was enjoying foreign luxuries at a time when NATO forces were positioned on Afghan border and attacking the country.