KARACHI - Central leader of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), Khawaja Saad Rafique, on Wednesday ruled out that PML-N wanted clash of Pakistan Army with America and urged the government not to put the necklace of slavery on peoples neck to prolong its rule. Addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club, Saad Rafique said that the government and forces should ensure the sovereignty and independence of the country. He reiterated the demand of the PML-N to constitute an independent commission to probe the abbotabad operation and drones attack. He hoped that the government would constitute the independent investigation commission to probe the Abbotabad incident soon in the light of the unanimous resolution of the Parliament. He underlined the need for protecting the sanctity of the joint resolution of the in-camera session of the Parliament and enforce the resolution for the betterment of the country. He informed that the PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif in his visit called on the nationalist leaders including Rasool Bukhsh Paleejo, Qadir Magsi and others and discussed the situation of Sindh province and the post-flood situation. Commenting over the prevailing law and order situation of Karachi, he said that government has handed over Karachi to extortion mafia and target killers, saying that the kidnapping cases were increasing in Sindh. He said that the power outages and deteriorating situation of law and order was the result of the bad governance of the present government. He urged the politicians not to declare anyone traitors on the directives of the Establishment. He demanded the arrest of former dictator Pervez Musharraf via Interpol and underlined the need to end the governance of military establishment from Balochistan.