CHAKWAL: Provincial Minister Punjab Zaeem Qadri has said that the sea of people would be at GT Road when ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will start his journey to Lahore and this journey is not against any institution but it is the historic rally and it would ensure the supremacy of civil rule in the country that is guaranteed in the constitution of Pakistan. He was talking to the media at the residence of MPA Ch. Liaqat Ali Khan and the minister came here to supervise the arrangements that are to be made to welcome Mr. Nawaz Sharif. Provincial Minister Malik Tanvir Aslam Sethi, Ch. Haider Sultan, MPA Shahryar Awan, Chairman Municipal Committee Ch. Sajjad Ahmed, Chairman Malik Naeem Asghar, Chairman Distt. Council Chakwal Tariq Aslam Dhulli, Vice Chairman Ch. Khursheed Baig, Ch. Shahryar Liaqat, Ch. Arshad Mehmood, ex-Tehsil Nazim Chakwal, Sardar Aftab Akbar and others were present on this occasion. It is unanimously agreed that the processions from all the parliamentarians of Chakwal would welcome Nawaz Sharif at Mandra Chowk when Nawaz Sharif’s caravan would reach there on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Zaeem Qadri further told that 200million people of Pakistan have not accepted the decision of Supreme Court and the elected prime minister of the majority of the people was sent back to home by just a very minor and petty matter. He was confident that Nawaz Sharif would take the nation into confidence as what happened in the Supreme Court and who were the people behind this game. He further told that Mr. Shahbaz Sharif is retained as CM Punjab and the candidate who would contest NA 120 election would be announced in the next 2 days. Minister further told that Nawaz Sharif would tell the story to the nation before the general election of 2018. He was of the view that future of Pakistan like with the democracy therefore all political parties must join hands together to uphold the civil rule and supremacy of the constitution. The minister also inquired the health of MPA Ch. Laiaqat Ali Khan who is on the bed from the last 6 months. The minister prayed for his early recovery of MPA Ch. Liaqat Ali Khan.