LAHORE - PML-N should resign from assemblies till June 30 and contact the masses for fresh mandate if it is really wants to play the role of real opposition, says Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed, chief of Awami Muslim League (AML). He expressed these views while addressing the party workers at the occasion of launch of party office at Allama Iqbal Town on Monday. Rasheed said, Both PPP and PML-N have presented what he called election budgets, as both the leaderships have no interest in the problems of the common man. He claimed that both government and opposition were playing the 'politics of self interests instead of reconciliation. AML chief alleged that government and opposition were implementing the agenda of the US, as the government was playing its role through its policies, while opposition was doing the job by uttering demoralizing statements against the armed forces. Rasheed said that Pakistan was facing threat from within, as mosques and worship places were being targeted.