SIALKOT - Federal Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that the democratically elected government of the people of Pakistan will complete its constitutional period and public meeting largely arranged with the help of government wherewithal is not threat to democracy and the parliament. Talking to the newsmen here after the concluding ceremony of folk cultural festival at Garrison Park Sialkot Cantt the other night, she said that no unconstitutional step can destabilise the democratically elected government. She revealed that the PPP wanted to take the country forward by taking all stakeholders on board. The minister said that during the marathon public meeting, Nawaz Sharif failed to present any pragmatic plan to solve the problems being faced by the masses. She regretted that the PML-N chief had criticized the President, elected by the two third majority, adding that the agenda of Nawaz Sharif was to remove the elected President. She said that Go Zardari Go rally was a mean to derail the democratic system. She said that the government servant and resources had been used in the rally. The minister said such a rally would not be able to derail the democratic set-up as it had been restored by rendering unmatched sacrifices by the people of the country. Dr Firdous added that the PML-N chief had talked about performance of his governments prior to 1999 however, he did not mention the four years period of the Punjab government which was blotted by dengue virus epidemic, injustice with students, lawlessness, price hike and unemployment. She urged the PML-N chief to come forward and sit with the government for devising a policy to solve the issues of the masses. 5-day EVENT concludes in Sialkot: The five-day national folk cultural festival organized by the Lok Virsa Islamabad concluded at Garrison Park, Sialkot Cantt, on Sunday. The concluding ceremony was attended by a large number of people. The Lok Virsa organised the mega event to promote national, provincial and local cultures in Sialkot region to establish peace and cultural harmony among the people. It was the first ever cultural gala organised in Sialkot. The people showed keen interest in colourful and live performances of folk singers and artists, who gave the messages of peace, love, affection, unity, faith and discipline through the promotion of culture. The organisers told newsmen that as many as 60,000 people from all walks of life participated in the festival.