ISLAMABAD PML-N Quaid Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Monday warned President Asif Ali Zardari and the PPP-led coalition government of serious political implications if they tried to legislate infamous National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO). NRO is against the interests of the country and the people, therefore, my party has decided to resist it in and outside the Parliament, Nawaz said while addressing a press conference after chairing an important meeting of PML-N parliamentary party here at the Punjab House. Nawaz said that PML-N would contact other parties in the Parliament to deny the government a simple majority required to approve the NRO that, in his view, would be a stigma on the Parliament, democracy and politicians of the country. Those who think they would hoodwink the people by abstaining would equally tantamount to supporting the infamous Ordinance, Nawaz said while answering a question. He hoped that NRO would never become a law, saying PML-N would move to courts over NRO if deemed essential, saying if NRO was approved, it would undermine the sovereignty of the Parliament. PML-N chief was of the view that despite the stigma of friendly opposition, his party had been playing its role effectively as an opposition and supported the government on major issues to strengthen democracy in the country. He asked the media to name any one from his party who had benefited from the NRO. We followed legal course to contest the cases framed against me, Shahbaz Sharif and others. Answering a question about his recent meeting with President Asif Ali Zardari, Nawaz said that he met the President just for countrys interest and proposed national agenda for self-reliance. He said PML-N did not compromise over the restoration of judges and launched long march and put their lives in risk by participating in the march. Without naming the President of his rival faction PML-Q, Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, he said that those who were criticising PML-N over NRO were in fact involved in the engineering of the infamous NRO by collaborating with Pervez Musharraf. He recounted how the PML-N struggled and sacrificed for democracy. He said that his party tried its best to help the PPP-led government despite imposition of Governors Rule in Punjab as well as rejection of their nomination papers. We accepted the results and majority of the PPP in the general elections with an open heart but PML-N was treated in the same manner as it was treated in Musharrafs regime, Nawaz said, adding that PML-N was bypassed on various occasions. We had no choice but to leave the cabinet and sit on oppositions benches, as their pledges were not fulfilled, he reminded. Answering another question about Indian involvement in Balochistan, Nawaz urged the government to expose Indian involvement in Pakistan.