LAHORE - PML-Q senior leader Ch Moonis Elahi has challenged the PML-N led provincial government to reject the irrefutable charges brought up in the PML-Q White Paper issued last week in the upcoming Punjab Assembly budget session if there is any disputable allegation in it. He expressed these views while talking to party MPAs and office-bearers at his residence on Sunday. Ch Moonis said that his party by exposing the miserable administrative and financial performance of the incumbent Punjab government had fulfilled a national responsibility. He said that this white paper was the first in the series and the coming episodes would further expose the incompetence, nepotism and corruption of the PML-N government. He said that PML-Q had released the White Paper last Thursday but so far no member of Punjabs ruling family had come forward to deny the charges. Commenting on the Friday press conference of the PML-N spokesman in the City, Ch Moonis said the illogical statements of spin-doctors of self-proclaimed Khadim-e-Aala Punjab could no longer deceive the people of the province. Conference Tahafuz Namoos-e-Risalat Muhaz organised Dr Mohammad Sarfaraz Naeemi Tahafuz Namoos-e-Risalat Conference at Jamia Mosque Data Ali Hajveri on Sunday. Presiding over the conference, Allama Raza-e-Mustafa Naqshbandi said that we are also ready to embrace martyrdom following the footprints of Shaheed Dr Mohammad Sarfaraz Naeemi and we will never surrender in front of infidel forces. He further said they would defend the reverence of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) at any cost. Allama Mufti Mohammad Khan Qadari and Mulana Intikhab Ahmad said on this occasion all the problems faced by the nation could be easily solved by following the Quran and Sunnah. Mulana Mufti Mohammad Ramzan Sialvi, Khateeb Data Darbar Pir Saleem Ullah, Allama Raghib Naeemi and Pir Mohammad Tahir-Ul-Qadari also spoke on this occasion. 'Labourers ignored in budget' Central Secretary General Pakistan Workers Federation (PWF) Khursheed Ahmad has said that the government ignored thousands of labourers of private sector in the budget by not making policy to control the price-hike. In a press statement issued here on Sunday, he criticised the withdrawal of subsidy on flour, pulses and ghee available in utility stores. He said that the government had not constituted any policy in order to provide employment to the youngsters.