LAHORE - Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khan Khosa on Sunday said that politics of PML-N leadership would come to an end for ever if the Asghar Khan case is pursued to its logical end.

Addressing a public gathering at Chungi Amar Sidhu after inauguration of suigas, the governor said that those who received money to rig the 1990 elections had shown disloyalty with the constitution and the state.

“Those who had robbed peoples’ mandate by receiving bribe must be tried under Article 6 of the constitution”, he demanded, adding that such people had always been desirous of coming to power through backdoors.

Khosa on this occasion asked the Supreme Court of Pakistan to deliver its verdict on judicial murder of PPP founder Z.A Bhutto in the earliest. He also made an appeal to the court for early disposal of Shahbaz Sharif’s case challenging his Assembly membership. According to him, Shahbaz Sharif had established his illegal and unconstitutional rule in Punjab for the last over four years.

Without naming the PML-N leaders, the governor said: “These people are not conversant with democracy, law, people and the ballot. To them, politics is a mean to fulfil personal whims and to acquire power by any means”.

These people, he added, now stood exposed before the people after the court decision on Asghar Khan case.