ISLAMABAD Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said that PML-N would resist the Governments efforts to stop the international watchdog, Transparency International (TI), from carrying out operation in Pakistan. PML-N would move an adjournment motion to discuss the crucial issue on floor of the House, he said while talking to media persons at his NA Chamber here on Monday. He was of the view that the PPP-led Government might not complete its five-year term because of rampant corruption, which, he believed, was threatening the survival of the Government. Nisar said that PML-N would continue its effective role, but quickly added that enormous responsibility also rested with the PPP coalition partners in improving performance of the Government. He was concerned over the state of governance in the country, saying the PPP-led coalition was running the country without any direction, adding that the PPP-led coalition partners were only enjoying privileges and keeping their eyes shut over issues of the national importance, which was tantamount to criminal negligence. Answering a question, Nisar said that PPP leadership had twisted facts regarding recent telephonic conversation of President Zardari and PM Gilani with PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif. No political issue was discussed. Both the PPP leaders had only expressed their condolences over death of the uncle of former prime minister, he added. He also took serious view of the presence of US forces including its intelligence outfits in Pakistan, saying the Government has not taken the Parliament into confidence over issues of the national security and sovereignty. Nisar Ali Khan also expressed his reservation over discretionary powers granted to Pakistani Ambassador to USA, Hussain Haqani, for issuing unlimited visas to the American nationals. Answering another question regarding ongoing Haj fiasco, he said that the ministers and ambassadors were levelling allegations against each other to hide their culpability.