DERA GHAZI KHAN - Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Ameer Syed Munawar Hassan stated that there were no chance of elections in the country while ministers were claiming one year extension in the tenure of the government. Addressing a big public gathering at Library Ground of the city park here Sunday evening, the JI chief claimed that now revolution would get its turn, adding that Jamaat would never tolerate attempts aimed at getting desired results or postponement of elections.He said that the Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan and Difa-e-Pakistan Council had jointly decided to observe protest day on April 20 across the country against the recommendations passed by the national security council of the parliament which he described as “bid to making the country slave and the nation paralyze.”He said that they would never accept the slavery of the America while would continue the struggle till last drop of blood against the restoration of Nato supplies. Syed Munawar claimed that the biggest issue of the country was the American interference in the internal affairs of Pakistan which had caused destruction in the country and the masses should know about it.  The JI chief argued that since 1l years 60pc army of 40 countries including 26 Nato countries had been deployed in Afghanistan but they utterly failed to capture Osama bin Laden as announced by former US president Bush.