LAHORE - All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) alleging the Punjab government for removing the banners and posters of Pervez Musharraf from the City claimed that such tactics would fail to demoralize the loyalists of self-exiled president. Fawad Chaudhary, spokesman APML on Monday while saying that they were going hold a workers convention at Ravi Town on June 18, which would be addressed by Pervez Musharraf alleged that provincial government fearing the growing popularity of the former president had given orders to remove the posters, banners and hoardings of Musharraf in a bid to stop the APML activists to carry on their political drive in the City. He said that contacting the masses was the democratic right of the APML and nobody could deprive them of their right. Fawad claimed that he had advised the party workers to remain calm over the issue of removal of posters, banners and hoardings of Musharraf.