ISLAMABAD/RAWALPINDI - In a strong protest against the Supreme Court's decision against Sharif brothers, thousands of frenzied PML-N workers, leaders and activists along with members of lawyers community as well as civil society took to the roads across the country. The PML-N leaders and workers staged protest demonstrations and brought out rallies in the capital city, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Faisalabad and other parts of the country to condemn the apex court decision and show their deep anguish. Soon after the verdict, scores of party workers came out of their houses and gathered at main points of the cities to protest against the disqualification of their leaders PML head Mian Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister of Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Sharif. The PML-N termed the decision of the Supreme Court as a sheer conspiracy against the PML-N and its leaders said that the current decision of the court increased the chances of instability in the country. Similarly, in the capital the local leaders of PML-N including MNAs Tariq Fazal Chaudhry, Anjum Aqeel Khan, and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi led the rallies that were held in different parts of the city. Right after the verdict, people of the capital staged protest demonstrations against the Supreme Court verdict and the Federal Government. The aggressive mob carried out rallies and protests in Aabpara Market, Sector I-10, F-10, Karachi Company and some other places. The biggest protest was observed at Aabpara market. The charged activists marched towards Aabpara from its adjoining areas in the form of different small herds where traders joined them, turning into a big gathering. They staged strong protest demonstration at Aabpara Market against the disqualification of Sharif brothers. The participants of the rally were carrying placards and banners inscribed with different slogans against the verdict and the Federal Government. During the protest the air of Aabpara market reverberated with fully echoed anti-government slogans. The activists of PML-N also tore banners of Pakistan Peoples Party displaying at the Aabpara market. They also burnt tyres and blocked the Aabpara Chowk. Speaking on the occasion the president of Aabpara market traders announced a complete shutter-down for one day (today) to express their solidarity with PML-N. Anjum Aqeel Khan local MNA told TheNation that tomorrow (today) all markets of the capital would remain closed to record the protest against the Supreme Court's decision. He alleged that the apex court had declared disqualification of Sharif brothers at the behest of President Asif Ali Zardari. He maintained that his party would stage protest inside the parliament and across the country against the disqualification of his party leaders. During the protest at Aabpara the traffic remained blocked for almost two hours and the commuters had to face immense problems in reaching their destinations. A big protest rally was also reported at Bharakahu where protesters blocked the Murree Road for three hours. Meanwhile, the PML-N activists allegedly destroyed and set on fire the Police check post at the entrance point of the capital near Faizabad. Meanwhile, like other parts of the country, riots erupted on Wednesday across Rawalpindi immediately after the announcement of the Supreme Court's decision to disqualify Sharif brothers. PML-N MNAs Hanif Abbasi, Malik Abrar Ahmed, Haji Pervaiz Khan, MPAs Malik Yasir Raza, Raja Muhammad Hanif Advocate, activists of MSF, MYO and a large numbers of party workers, holding party flags and posters of Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Mian Shahbaz Sharif, gathered outside NA-56 Public Secretariat at Murree Road. They chanted slogans against PPP-led government, blocked the road and set tyres on fire. Later, the protesters, led by MNAs Hanif Abbasi, Malik Abrar and Haji Pervaiz Khan, marched towards Chandani Chowk, 6th Road where MSF students and other party workers were present. Later, they reached towards Islamabad Highway where they tore the posters of the PPP leaders apart and burnt tyres. The enraged protestors blocked Islamabad Highway from both sides and also set a check-post of the federal police and hurled stones. Later they staged a sit-in in the middle of Islamabad Highway. PML-N women leaders including Begum Najma Hameed and Zebun Nisa were also present on this occasion. The PML-N leaders in their speeches termed the decision as another Black Day in the country's history. They alleged President Zardari for the disqualification of the Sharif brothers. Some reports received from other parts of the city have said that violence also broke out in some parts of the city like Adaila Road, Lal Kurti, Dheri Hassan Abad, Tahli Mohori, Tench Bhatta, Sadiqabad, Satellite Town, Dhamial Road and Dhoke Seydan. A 19 years old young boy, Nisar Ahmed, was also shot dead in Pirwadhai when violent rioters forced the shopkeepers to shut their shops. A large number of protests were also held in other parts of the city. They burnt tyres and chanted anti-government slogans. The protests badly hit the commercial activities, as the city appeared paralysed. All kinds of business activities remained suspended and all the bazaars and markets were closed. They blocked all main roads of the city, burnt tyres, billboards and chanted slogans against President Zardari and the PCO judges. Traffic remained jammed for hours and thick clouds of black smoke were witnessed billowing into the sky at several places. Despite absence of any PML-N's major leadership, the workers of PML-N blocked Chandni Chowk and burnt tyres and hoarding boards. They also damaged a vehicle of the City District Government. The protestors also damaged a motorbike of a traffic warden. Expressing their complete solidarity with Sharif brothers, Markazi Anjaman-e-Tajran Cannt on the call of President Sheikh Hafeez observed a complete shutterdown strike. They burnt tyres and huge clouds of smoke were seen billowing near Hathi Chowk, Haider Road, GPO Chowk, Railway Road, Mall Road, Unique Bakery Chowk and Bank Road. Having seen the protesters, the officials of the Punjab and federal law enforcement agencies escaped from the scene and only traffic wardens were seen busy trying to control the traffic. Moreover, the lawyers' community passed a resolution to condemn the disqualification of PML-N leaders by the Supreme Court. According to the details, in a hurried called meeting of General Body of District Bar Association under the chair of General Secretary High Court Bar Association (HCBA) Malik Siddique Awan, the lawyers termed the decision a conspiracy against democracy. They said that Nawaz Sharif and Mian Shahbaz Sharif were penalised for supporting the lawyers' movement. Earlier, they staged a sit-in the Kachary Chowk. The protesting lawyers burnt tires and raised slogans against the PCO judges and President Asif Ali Zardari for endorsing the decision of the military dictator, Pervez Musharraf. The District Bar Association also said in a statement that they would observe complete strike and boycott of court proceedings for three days in compliance with Punjab Bar Council decision.