OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Leaders of Muthidda Muslim League (MML) while announcing launching an anti-government campaign on July 30 from provincial metropolis said that it seems difficult to keep together the federating units of the country under the rule of incumbent government. Leaders of two component parties of MML, Sheikh Rasheed, chief of Awami Muslim League and Hamid Nasir Chattha, chairman PML-Q (Like-Minded Group) made this announcement during alliances public meeting held to protest against the policies of the current government both at the Centre and in Punjab on Sunday. Hamid Nasir Chattha said that it has become difficult for the PPP to run the government, as all of their partners were not at good terms with them and PPP leaders time and again requested the MQM to become part of the government but despite their so-called efforts, peace in Karachi has not been maintained so far. He claimed that the current rulers have put the solidarity of the country in danger and it has become difficult to keep the federating units intact under the incumbent rulers. Sheikh Rasheed said that change in the current set up has become inevitable, however it could not be ascertained at this moment that change would come through peoples revolution or by other means. He maintained that country was on the verge of disintegration and all the state institutions were at the brink of total annihilation. He appealed to the people of Lahore to rise against the corrupt and inept rulers to save the country from complete destruction. Rasheed claimed that PML-N would restrict itself only headlines and it would not take any practical step to dislodge the government. Sheikh Anwar Saeed, PML-F general secretary Punjab, Mian Asif, Like-Minded leader and others were also present on this occasion.