LAHORE Federal Minister for Religious Affairs, Labour and Manpower Syed Khursheed Shah has said the PPP will sit on the opposition benches in larger national interest. Talking to the newsmen at Allama Iqbal International Airport and after inaugurating old age benefit office in Gulberg on Friday, he said the PML-N would be on the losing side after breaking ties with the PPP in Punjab. Khursheed Shah said the PML-N had started politics of turncoats after making unification bloc that would cause damage to democracy and weaken democratic institutions. He said that hostile politics and support to unification bloc was violation of Charter of Democracy signed by Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif. He, however, said that the PPP would not allow anyone to derail the system as huge sacrifices were made for the revival of democracy in the country. He said that the PPP made alliance with the PML-N for promoting politics of reconciliation and strengthening the democracy and not for getting power. He said the PML-N should not have leveled such allegations as according to Ishaq Dar 70 percent of the PML-N agenda was implemented. He said that the PML-N should learn a lesson from the past mistakes and avoid indulging in hostile politics. He said that the PPP would continue politics of reconciliation in the larger national interests. 'Q to adopt legal course against turncoats: Opposition leader in the Assembly Ch Zaheerud Din has said the PML-Q is ready to adopt legal course against turncoats. Addressing a training workshop of district information secretaries at Muslim League House on Friday, he said the PML-Q would file references for the disqualification of those who changed loyalties. He said the PML-N would lose Punjab in the next general elections. Akram Ch said the PML-Q would fight its case against PML-Ns politics of revenge and turncoats in the court of public. He said the public would hold PML-N accountable for price-hike, unemployment and law and order situation in the province.