SARGODHA - Pakistan Peoples Party leader and former law minister Babar Awan has said that PPP always solved problems by evolving consensus on issues and did not believe in autocracy. He expressed these views while addressing a public meeting outside the Sargodha Press Club on Wednesday night. Babar said PPPs history was full of gallantries and they were not like those who fled the country with 72 cooks and 50 suitcases. Peoples Party would give the Saraiki province to people of the Punjab, he said. The former law minister said plots were being hatched against the democratic government of Pakistan Peoples Party. He said PPP sacrificed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Benazir Bhutto and thousands of workers for democracy. President Zardari spent long period in jail but he didnt bow down before a dictator, he said, adding he was seeing a change going to happen in Punjab and that had begun now. He said PPP had a solid belief in democracy while the Punjab rulers were racing for corruption. He said more people were falling prey to dengue fever daily than those died in the firing incident at Jalianwala Bagh. PPPs Punjab President Imtiaz Safdar Warraich also spoke on the occasion. Earlier, a huge rally was taken out in the city led by Babar Awan, Raja Riaz, Imtiaz Safdar Warraich, former federal minister Tasneem Ahmed Qureshi, divisional president Malik Azizul Haq, Haji Farooq Hassan and other PPP leaders.