KOT MITHAN - Resenting the PPPs delay in implementing the 10-point agenda, PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif has said that the 45-day deadline is about to expire but no satisfactory response has been given as yet. Now the masses should decided what needs to be done, he said while addressing a function held to hand over the keys of a model village to flood survivors here Tuesday. He said some demands on the agenda could have been met within 45 hours. Its the agenda of public betterment and not personal interest. Nawaz said the development work done by the PML-N in its tenure was visible and the countrys fate would have been changed had the PML-N government not been toppled. I was indicted in the fake plane hijacking case and sentenced to 72 years in prison. Nawaz said, lashing out at former president Pervez Musharraf for ruining the country. He said: When we were in Jeddah, Musharraf robbed Hamza Shahbaz of Rs 130 million while our homes in Model Town, Lahore, were occupied. INP adds: The PML-N chief rejected making money illegally, saying that there was not a single charge of corruption against him and his younger brother Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. He urged the youth to back him to bring about a revolution in the country. He slammed President Asif Ali Zardari for the delay he had caused in the restoration of the judiciary. He said innocent children were killed by Musharraf in the Lal Masjid operation while the dictator also gave the gifts of loadshedding, price hike and unemployment. He questioned the former president why he did not make a single dam in the country during his term.