KARACHI - PML-N chief, Mian Nawaz Sharif, has decided to visit the Sindh province in the second week of April with an aim to reorganise his party, sources revealed to The Nation on Thursday. In a recent meeting with the PML-N office-bearers from Sindh, Nawaz Sharif, in his gave the green signal about his visit to the province in order to reorganise the party at grassroots level. It may be noted here that earlier the PML-N chief had postponed his visit to the province on several occasions due to his engagements, especially in the affairs linked to the Punjab government. PML-N Sindh secretary information, Zahid Rafique Butt, when contacted, told The Nation that after visiting NWFP, Nawaz Sharid would also come to Sindh and meet office-bearers of his party here. He said that, during his visit, Nawaz Sharif would also address a meeting of PML-N Sindh Working Committee besides discussing different issues with the political leadership of the Sindh province. "PML-N Sindh Working Committee will decide the final date of Nawaz Sharif's visit but it is expected that he will come here in the month of April," Butt added. He rejected the impression that Mian Nawaz Sharif had expressed his dissatisfaction on the performance of the PML-N, saying that during his meeting with the party office-bearers, he paid tributes to their sacrifices. Butt claimed that Sindh govt has arrested more than 265 PML-N workers in the province before the long march while the imposition of Section 144 also created hurdles in motivating the people. He said that thousands of the PML-N Sindh workers had managed to participate in long march from Lahore. "The reorganisation of PML-N in Sindh is in progress in every nook and corner of the province", he added. Zahid Butt, however, confessed that due to the long absence of PML-N Sindh president, Syed Ghous Ali Shah, in the country, the party could not continue its political activities effectively. Sources said that keeping in view the massive and effective support of the PML-N in Punjab for the lawyers' movement has raised questions on the performance of the party's Sindh chapter that failed to motivate the public to join the long march. Some observers have opined that PML-N Sindh failed to initiate a public-contact campaign in the province where the party had twice succeeded in forming coalition government with its allies. But, due the disappearance of top PML-N leaders, including former chief minister Syed Ghous Ali Shah, during the rule of General (R) Pervez Musharraf, the party lost its popular support base in Sindh.