LAHORE The PML-N will step its anti-government campaign after Muharram, party sources say. The purpose of the campaign is to pressurise the government to hold general elections at the earliest possible. The party also wants to abort the Senate elections, due to be held in March. Many parties think that if election to the Upper House of Parliament is held in the presence of existing provincial assemblies, the PPP will win majority seats, a situation which doesnt suit to any future government. Top leaders of the PML-N will be meeting soon to review the prevailing political situation and work out the partys future course of action. Party sources say that a revised schedule of anti-government rallies will be announced. According to some sources, the party leadership will also be advised to hold another public meeting in Lahore to erase the impression that the Punjab capital had slipped out of the hands of the PML-N. This impression was created after Imran Khan held a big public meeting at Minar-i-Pakistan on October 30. It is said that the PML-N could think of holding a similar meeting at Minar-i-Pakistan on December 25. Before that rallies would be held in Faisalabad, Gujranwala and some other cities.