LAHORE Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has maintained that if appointments like NAB chairman were continued to be made, they will be forced to undertake a long march. He stressed that President Asif Zardari should show some wisdom and not take such decisions. He was addressing a public meeting after inaugurating Watan Cards programme in Khushab on Sunday. According to him, Pakistan Muslim League-N opposes this decision and will continue to do so. He said he has no personal grudge against Deedar Shah but the matter pertains to justice and bringing back the money looted from the country, whether this money is of Swiss bank accounts, Steel Mills or it is about the illegal loans of millions of rupees given to the directors of Punjab Bank. Describing the people of Punjab and Sindh, as well as poor masses of the country as talented, he asserted that all the deserving persons including resourceless students, cancer patients, destitute widows and orphans have a right over the 60 million dollars in Swiss banks and it is not the personal property of any individual. He maintained that appointment of Deedar Shah is tantamount to adding insult to the injuries of the poor as well as promotion of poverty and corruption. He said: It is a slap on the face of justice and a crude attempt to hide corruption. He said President Zardari has given the responsibility of rendering justice to 170 million people to such a controversial person who was People Party MPA twice. He said: "There is a need for utilizing national resources honestly and judiciously for transforming Pakistan into a state as per the ideals of Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Iqbal." Earlier, the CM inaugurated the programme of distribution of Watan Cards among flood affectees. He also enquired about the problems being faced by the flood victims and issued instructions for their solution. Talking to the calamity-stricken people, the CM said though floods have caused a loss of billions of rupees to the provincial economy, Punjab government has not lost the courage and every effort would be made for their rehabilitation.