LAHORE - Pervez Musharraf has every right to practice politics and the forces opposing him should face him in the political arena instead of adopting victimizing him and his loyalists, said Fawad Chaudhary, a leader of the All Pakistan Muslim League. He expressed these views while addressing a press conference at the inaugural ceremony for APMLs provincial office at Garden Town on Wednesday. Fawad said dropping the APML from the registration list could not demoralize the party leadership and its workers from continuing their campaign to pull the country out of the crises under the leadership of Pervez Musharraf. He alleged that district administration was harassing the party activists following the directions of provincial government in a bid to sabotage partys second political show at Ravi Town on June 18. Terming the upcoming schemes of the provincial government as flawed, Fawad said the PML-N government should made public details of 50,000 Yellow Cab Cars which were imported during their previous regime before launching another such scheme. He said the Punjab government had announced that it would not entertain the foreign loans but this announcement was not more than a claim, as the provincial government was facing an overdraft of Rs 100 billion. He said that the performance of the federal government was also bad, as it, too, failed on all fronts. He claimed that drone attacks and economic situation of Musharrafs regime could not be compared to the current central governments graph.