LAHORE The Jamhoori Watan Party-Aali has threatened to set up hunger strike camps outside the Presidency and the Prime Ministers House if Transparency International (TI) representative Adil Gilani is not stopped for mudslinging against the national institutions and political forces. JWP-A Secretary General Abdul Rauf Sasooli expressed these views while addressing a Press conference at the Press Club here on Wednesday. Among others the partys Punjab chapter President Uzair Abu Bakar Qureshi was also present on the occasion. Alleging TI representative Adil Gilani that he was working on the agenda to weaken the national institutions as well as the countrys political forces, Sasooli warned that the JWP-A would not tolerate the TI representatives activities. He claimed he knew Adil Gilani personally ever since he used to take gratification from some officers in the Customs Department. He added that the same man was now looking for cheap popularity through his false surveys under the umbrella of Transparency International. Sasooli appealed to the people not to give importance to the surveys of persons like Adil Gilani, who lacks credibility. About the backwardness of Balochistan province, he said that sardars and bureaucracy were equally responsible for the current state of affairs of the Baloch people. He maintained that non-provision of education had played worst role in this regard. On the killing of Punjabis in Balochistan, the JWP-A leader while condemning such acts said that Baloch were not against Punjabis, adding that according to his information maximum number of Baloch families were residing in the Punjab and Sindh rather than Balochistan. In reply to a query, he said that the government should bring Pervez Musharraf and Shaukat Aziz back and should try them for their crimes against the State and Baloch people. Responding to another question, he said that senior politicians and army men had repeatedly confirmed late Bugti as a patriotic citizen of the country. Sasooli urged the political forces to focus on national issues instead of getting involved in point scoring for their political gains. It is not the time to play with the emotions of people who are already hit by inflation, terrorism and floods, the JWP-A leader concluded.