LAHORE Former Sindh chief minister Mumtaz Ali Bhutto says the Pakistan Peoples Party has ceased to exist after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto and those using this nomenclature are insulting the PPP. He said 'convicts sitting in the presidency had nothing to do with the PPP. The Sindh National Front chief said this while speaking at Aiwan-i-Waqt here on Tuesday, two days ahead of the third death anniversary of Benazir Bhutto. He said late Zulfikar Ali Bhuttos PPP used to follow an ideology. However, at present the party had no ideology or principles. People who had been in jail with Zardari were at the helm at present and they were doing nothing expect bringing bad name to the country, the SNF leader said. Bhutto said corruption was unthinkable in the period of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, and anyone found involved could not go scot-free. He deplored that now corruption was taken like an honour. He said had a Saudi prince not pointed out corrupt practices in the Haj operation, the president and the prime minister would have been keeping silent. He said the governments performance even in the field of economy was not good. Billions of rupees were being printed everyday and countrys domestic and international loans had exceeded Rs 10,000 trillion. Answering a question, he said the present government had no foreign policy and the country was being run by the Americans. He said the US ambassador was issuing statements which amounted to interference in Pakistans internal matters. Had such statements been issued in some other country, the host state would have closed down the embassy, he said. He said frequency of drone attacks had gone up to an alarming extent and the government was not even protesting at the casualties. Before this, he said though such attacks were going on even in the Musharrafs period, the dictator used to register protest. He was critical of the deals of the Rental Power Plants. Mumtaz Bhutto said law and order situation in Sindh in general and urban areas in particular was very bad. People were leaving their homes in fear. In some other country, he said, such a situation would have led to a revolution. Meanwhile, Mumtaz Bhutto also called on Editor-in-Chief TheNation Majid Nizami at his office and discussed the prevailing political situation in the country.