LAHORE - PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif on Saturday warned President Asif Zardari against making alleged efforts aimed at disqualifying him and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif for contesting elections through fake courts, and said this would either be invalidated by the superior courts or declared null and void by the Assemblies within a day when PML-N is voted into power. He was addressing the General Council meeting of PML-N at his Raiwind residence on Saturday. Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, Chairman PML-N Raja Zafar-ul-Haq, Makhdoom Javed Hashmi, Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, Ishaq Dar, Pir Sabir Shah, Syed Ghous Ali Shah, Khawaja Saad Rafiq, Tehmina Daultana, Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Mehtab Abbasi, Ch Jaffar Iqbal and the party office-bearers from all over the country were present on the occasion. Nawaz spoke at length about a host of subjects and issues right from the Kargil war to the present-day politics. He launched a bitter diatribe against the retired General for the latter's extra-Constitutional steps, and President Zardari for the alleged indemnity given to the former General. He maintained that indemnifying Musharraf's steps would tantamount to swallowing what had been already declared bad. 'Better it will be to sit home after seeking pardon from the nation, while we are ready to sacrifice everything for Pakistan, including hundreds of provincial govts and ministries', he said, adding that swords of disqualification were hanging over him and Shahbaz Sharif. 'Our objectives are glorious, and the actualisation of these is part of our belief. Now the people should honour the long march and the sit-in, and the PML-N should specify a number in every district and Tehsil', he instructed. He said he would visit NWFP, Sindh and Balochistan for motivating the people to participate in the long march and sit-in. He reiterated his stance for the reinstatement of judiciary at every cost. 'Support the fulfilment of the Charter of Democracy. I promise you to take Pakistan to its goal, which is to finish price-hike, unemployment and resolve other problems', he said, adding, that the success of the lawyers movement would ensure prosperity and security of Pakistan. 'Now the country is going through huge socio-economic turnaround', he observed. Criticising President Zardari, he said after Musharraf's resignation, the President shocked him by saying that the he had promised for giving indemnity to all of his unconstitutional and illegal steps, including November 3, 2007. 'Our disqualification and dismantling of the Punjab govt cannot deter us from pursuing our goals. Zardari made promises and signed agreements for the reinstatement of the deposed judges. I explicitly told him that we will not indulge in this bargain', claimed Nawaz Sharif, while asking Zardari to justify his decision of shielding former General's wrong-doings, and humiliating them through a worthless person, like Governor Punjab Salman Taseer. 'If Zardari's personal agenda is obstructing the actualisation of Pakistan's agenda, this impediment must be removed,' he said. Nawaz Sharif talked in detail about the fiasco of the Kargil War. 'The Kargil war was planned and executed by General (r) Pervez Musharraf without taking me into confidence, which he did immediately after the then Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee had left Pakistan. I contacted the then US President Bill Clinton, when Vajpayee informed me about the war. Despite his busy schedule, Clinton met me. I took the blame of the war to save my Army's image', he added. He told the gathering that Musharraf had conceded that the war was going on, and had requested him (Nawaz) to contact President Clinton. 'I was forced to resign, but I refused. On October 12, former Generals Mehmood, Orakzai and Aziz asked me to resign and sign a paper having text of giving an advice to the President for dissolving the Assemblies. I told them I would lay down my life, and would not sign the document. Musharraf and his colleagues wanted to hang me to death, and 95 per cent people believed so as well. But judge Rehmat Ali Jaffery did not award death sentence to him despite pressures', said the ex-Premier, clarifying that he had never tried to hijack the plane, which was only possible from within the plane, not from the ground. 'My govt was overthrown at a time when Pakistan was progressing fast. What was so urgent to dismantle a govt with two-thirds majority?', he quizzed. About the nuclear blasts, Nawaz said, 'People of the top brass were in panick when we took the decision of conducting nuclear explosions in response to India's in 1998, but we went ahead'. While appreciating his party workers, he said that he was lucky to have loyal companions, who were tortured, imprisoned and handcuffed, but never bowed down to a dictator. 'Where are the people now, who wanted to finish PML-N, and made tall claims that the Sharifs will not return to Pakistan prior to 10 years?', he questioned. The meeting also passed resolutions for extending peace agreements, like Swat, to other areas, recovering of the missing persons, independence of the judiciary, reinstatement of the judges, supremacy of the Parliament, actualisation of the CoD, elimination of terrorism, and abolishing of the 17th Amendment.