LAHORE - Casting doubt of the role of President Asif Ali Zardari and the presidency in meeting the challenges confronting the country, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif sees nothing big in his (Zardaris) address to the Parliament today (Tuesday). Talking to Nawa-e-Waqt from London on phone, the Punjab chief minister said his party leadership has reservation on the President Zardaris political role. Blaming Zardari for all the mess, he said since the party parliamentary leadership would decide on the protest during the Presidents address to Parliament, what he can for sure is that the presidents performance stood at 0+0. He regretted that the self-claimed champion of democracy (PPP) slapped new taxes through promulgating the ordinances on the masses to crush the pubic. Taxes are justified when the state was moving on the way to economic growth but Rs 400 billion deficit in governments corporations exposes the PPP-led governments proformace atrocity on the poor nothing but, said the Punjab chief minister, questioning that during his party-led regime unabated inflation increased to 50 per cent, which kind of performed President Zardari wanted to tell the Parliament. He averred that government is being run by loans, citing the increase of Rs 4000 billion in domestic loans and $15.5 in international debt. Lashing out at the federal government, he said the PPP governments police compelled the nation to pay interest of Rs 717 billion annually.