LAHORE Not a single worker of All Pakistan Muslim League was arrested despite repeated raids conducted by the Tibbi City police here on Monday. An FIR was lodged against over 50 workers of APML including its chief Pervez Musharraf on late Saturday night for holding a public gathering allegedly without obtaining the permission from the District Coordination Officer. It is pertinent to mention here that, this is the same police station where an FIR was lodged against Shahbaz Sharif on the charges of alleged stealing billboards inscribed with slogans and pictures of General Musharraf from Minar-e-Pakistan in 2001. Recently, an FIR was registered with the Tibbi City police station at around midnight after an APML workers convention was disrupted by the City Police. The SHO Inspector Abdul Staar along with a good number of police contingents approached the site and removed chairs and party flags and dismantled the stage, insiders said. The close quarters of APML believed that the action was initiated on the directions of top brass of PML-N as revengeful act. However, PML-N spokesman and central leader Senator Pervaiz Rasheed said: No one is above the law. One should learn to abide by the law of the land.