KARACHI - Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sindh on Sunday demanded the trial of former military dictator Pervez Musharraf for overthrowing the elected government on October 12, 1999. PML-N Sindh had organised a meeting at Muslim League House to mark the coup by General (R) Pervez Musharraf on October 12, 1999. Despite the presence of PML-N head, Syed Ghaus Ali Shah, the mismanagement was observed on the meeting. He addressed the gathering without sound system due to loadshedding in the area while angry party workers, belonging to women and labour wings, vandalised the meeting. They strongly criticised the party leaders sitting at the stage for their inactiveness during the Musharraf rule. Speaking on the occasion, Syed Ghaus Ali Shah said that Pervez Musharraf was responsible of the present price-hike, poverty and surging suicide bombings in the country. He underlined the need of democracy for political and economic stability of the country.  Referring to the October 12, 1999 military coup, he said that it was the shameful incident in the history of Pakistan when a military dictator not only dismissed the elected government of the people and also detained the prime minister of the country. He said the era of military dictatorship in the world is over because masses have learnt fully generals' rule only delivers poverty and lawlessness in a country.  He paid rich tributes to the assassinated party leaders and workers including Tariq Khan and Iqbal Rind Advocate, who fell victims to the atrocities of mysterious terrorists. He vowed to re-organise the party from Karachi to Kashmore. PML-N central additional information secretary, Sardar Raheem, said that people wanted the government to defend sovereignty of the country against the US attacks. Saleem Zia demanded the government to produce the former military ruler Pervez Musharraf before the Parliament for his impeachment. He termed the joint in-camera briefing to the Parliament as a fraud and urged the rulers to present the agreements, made by Musharraf with the US and other Western countries, before the nation. He claimed that the policies of the present rulers were the extension of the Musharraf's government. Zahid Rafique Butt and other PML-N leaders also addressed the meeting.