Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf former organiser Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has called for a protest demonstration across all districts of Punjab against the Economic Injustice and violation of human rights currently prevalent in Pakistan. He has said that the Government is bent on PIA privatisation and anti-people policies. He said that on the call of Chairman Imran Khan, PTI will protest against the anti-people policies at all forums including the parliament. He said that the rulers were more interested in their business deals with India instead of Kashmir dispute. He said the elections in Azad Kashmir could not be held in a free and fair manner under the PML-N rule. He demanded that army should be deployed inside and outside of polling stations during elections. Chaudhry Sarwar was addressing a ceremony and addressing the media at the residence of PTI Azad Kashmir secretary-general Dewan Ghulam Mohiuddin on Friday.MPAs Mian Aslam Iqbal, Saadia Sohail, PTI Punjab women wing president Saloni Bukhari and a large number of party workers were also present on the occasion. Chaudhry Sarwar said that the incumbent rulers had become a plague for the country and every Pakistani wanted to get rid of him and added that PML-N has experienced failures since it came to power. He said that PTI will protest against the privatisation and government policies in front of the Punjab Assembly at 2pm today. Replying to a question, he said that PML-N’s government wanted to strengthen their relations with India for the causes of their businesses and in these circumstances there is very little chance of a resolution of Kashmir dispute. He said that PTI after coming to power will strive for the Kashmiris to decide their future themselves. Dewan Ghulam Mohiuddin said the PTI was ready to contest elections against all political parties including the PML-N and PPP in the Azad Kashmir elections. He said that elections should be held under the supervision of the Army so that the PML-N cannot rig these elections. He said that PTI will clean sweep in the Azad Kashmir elections.