ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has given a green light to his party members to start a campaign for general elections 2018, sources told Daily Times. A Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader was of the view that Nawaz, during consultation with party leaders, made it clear that they should not wait for the Supreme Court’s decision in the Panama leaks case. “Whether a decision comes in our favour or not we will accept,” he quoted Nawaz as saying. Workers conventions of the PML-N in various cities are the part of the election campaign and they would convert into large public meetings soon. Ministers have been directed to reach to the people in their constituencies and inaugurate development schemes, sources said. They added that Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Asif Kirmani has prepared a schedule of meetings of party lawmakers with Nawaz. During these meetings, lawmakers would be offered developmental funds for their constituencies while the government has already promised Rs 200 million for each constituency. Nawaz looks more than kind to his lawmakers as he has assured them that they would be successful in the next general elections again on PML N tickets. Nawaz is also keen to inaugurate some important schemes and he has issued directions in this regard, sources said. They also said that it is expected that mostly party tickets would be given to the current lawmakers and they have been directed to spent time in their constituencies and ensure timely completion of developmental schemes.