RAWALPINDI Awami Muslim League President Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Sudnay alleged that PML-N was disturbing his schedule of organising a public meeting at Liaquat Bagh today (Monday) for which he was granted permission by district government a month ago. I will leave Lal Haveli in shape of a big rally for Liaquat Bagh at 6pm today (Monday) to organise a mammoth public gathering. Nobody can stop me or usurp my democratic right, he added. He was addressing a press conference held at Lal Haveli. Former Nazim Rawal Town Sheikh Rashid Shafique, former MPA Raja Rashid Hafeez and advocate Raja Abdul Razaq besides scores of party workers were also present on the occasion. Sheikh Rashid said that he had no personal enmity with Sharif brothers while by- elections of NA-55 were slithering from the hands of N-league only due to foolishness of the Punjab government. He said that N-league was not in favour of by-elections of NA-55 as it had smelled a rat due to its anti-public policies. He said that he was granted permission on January 2 last for organising a public meeting in connection with his electioneering at Liaquat Bagh but in meantime PML-N allegedly tried to sabotage his public meeting. He termed the blockage of Murree Road on the occasion of holding of rallies by different political parties as a big injustice with road users. The masses had rejected those who burnt the monument of PPPs former premier Benazir Bhutto during an agitation, he lamented. AML President said that Punjab government was using police force to harass the voters which was against the democratic norms. He also alleged that police following the orders of Punjab government tried to disrupt his rally. He said that N-league was impounding vehicles and manpower from Gujar Khan and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir to make its gatherings a success. Sheikh Rashid, on a question, said that Punjab government should not spoil the peaceful atmosphere of NA-55 electioneering and obey the democratic rules. He said that all the candidates should be given adequate security. There are total 117 polling stations in the constituency of NA-55 while 37 women submitted applications for medical leaves. Meanwhile, the on-going election campaign for bye-election in the constituency No. 55 Rawalpindi-VI will come to an end at the midnight falling between the February 22 and 23.