ISLAMABAD Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) Friday requisitioned the National Assembly session in an apparent bid to take on the ruling PPP largely for the dismal response strategy of the Government in tackling the national calamity caused by the unprecedented floods. The PML-N under Article 54(3) has submitted a requisition signed by 87 members in the National Assembly Secretariat regarding calling NA session to discuss destruction caused by flood and its aftermath. MNAs of the PML-N including Malik Shakeel Awan, Dr Tarique Fazal Chaudhry, Dr Darshan Lal and Malik Ibrar have submitted the requisition signed by 87 members to Secretary National Assembly Karamat Hussain Niazi. According to the parliamentary sources, the Government can call the NA to meet within seven to fourteen days after receipt of the requisition. Well-placed party sources informed TheNation that PML-N would follow tough line against the PPP after Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani backed out from his commitment with PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif to set up a non-partisan national commission for rehabilitation of people affected by the floods. Party sources said that apart from foreign trips undertaken by President Asif Ali Zardari during the flooding, the PML-N would take up issues relating receipt and utilisation of the foreign humanitarian aid. It was further learnt that PML-N had been seriously feeling humiliated after PM Gilani unilateral moved to set up relief camps in his own district Multan and distributed the relief goods received from various countries.