ISLAMABAD - Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis has sent a summary to the Prime Minister Secretariat recommending four additional seats in the National Assembly and one each in the four provincial assemblies to be elected by the overseas Pakistanis, a reliable source told TheNation on Tuesday. According to the sources, at least four additional seats in the NA and one in each provincial assembly would be allocated to the overseas Pakistanis. According to the sources, MQM has played a key role in the preparation of the summary as its top leader Altaf Hussain, who is in self-exile, would be the main beneficiary of the move. The sources further said that if the PM approves the summery, it would be tabled as a bill in the Parliament for legislation. They also added that if the bill presented in the Parliament it is likely to be backed by MQM, PPP and JUI-F. However, PML-N and Jamaat-e-Islami are likely to oppose it, the sources added. The sources also said that President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Gilani have given a green signal to MQM before sending the summery to the Prime Ministers Secretariat. Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis, when contacted, confirmed and said that the summery has been moved to the Prime Minister for approval. He said that according to the summery four seats in the National Assembly while one each in the four provincial assemblies have been proposed for the Pakistanis living abroad. According to the minister, overseas Pakistanis would elect their representatives abroad and the Election Commission would make all the necessary polling arrangements in this regard. He also informed that the overseas elected members would come to Pakistan, take oath here and would attend the sessions of the their respective assemblies sessions. However, he added that the elected overseas Pakistani members would arrange themselves for their accommodation in Pakistan while attending the sessions.