ISLAMABAD Expressing serious reservations over the PPPs attitude towards the superior judiciary, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has said that in case of clash between the institutions everything would crumble down. Commenting on the current standoff between the Government and apex court, PML-N central leader and Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said that the Government wanted a clash with judiciary and warned that clash between the institutions would have disastrous results. However, he said that the rulers would never succeeded in their nefarious design. He said that Asif Ali Zardari, through such practice, was trying to cover up his previous corruption and he was hatching conspiracies and creating hurdles for judiciary. The Opposition Leader further said that it seemed that Zardari was trying to take revenge of his sins from the nation in order to cover up his corruption. Earlier Zardari was trying to pressurise the judiciary from backdoors but now he was openly doing this, he added. He predicted that such approach would lead PPP to the end of its regime. Meanwhile, Senator Mushahid Ullah Khan of PML-N has termed President Zardaris act of bailing out Interior Minister Rehman Malik as 'prompt action of the government for granting remission in Rehman Malik and Ahmed Riaz Sheikhs sentences saying the slain PPP leader Benazir Bhutto did not sacrifice her life for such persons. President Asif Ali Zardari while using his special powers had given remission in the sentences of Interior Minister, Rehman Malik and former Additional Director FIA, Ahmed Riaz Sheikh soon after the superior judiciary upheld their sentences granted by lower courts. He gave these remarks on the floor of the Upper House while speaking on the presidential address to the joint session though his speech was interrupted many times by Senator Sabir Baloch of PPP. While making hard-hitting remarks for the incumbent government, he alleged that it was providing shelter to corrupt people. He asked why PPP-led government did not take such prompt action to bring to book the culprits involved in BBs assassination, Afia Siddiques case and drone attacks. Ishaq Dar of PML-N, earlier taking part in the debate criticised the presidential address for focusing on the past and said that the address failed to provide a roadmap for the further development of the country. We have to make a balance between our expenditures and income and depend on self-reliance to make the country a real base of economy, he added. He also condemned the government for not doing proper homework on the Value Added Tax (VAT) to bring on board all the stakeholders to reach a consensus. He also snubbed the reconciliation policy of the government saying reconciliation should be on national issues suggesting the government to implement the Charter of Democracy (COD), a roadmap for rehabilitation of democracy, ensure transparency as well as good governance and not to overlook BBs murder case, corruption and the process of accountability. Raja Zafar-ul-Haq termed the 18th Amendment, a compromising document not an ideal document adding that the government should bring reforms in the electoral process. He also criticised the presidential address for giving passing remarks on the solution to Kashmir as well as water issues with India. Some other members of the Senate wanted to give their views on the presidential address but the Chairman announced to adjourn the House proceedings till 10 am today.