LAHORE Against the backdrop of new political waves in the country, the APML is likely to form two teams in the mid of November for opening formal channels with PTI and looking into the possibilities of early return of Pervez Musharraf to Pakistan, The Nation has learnt. Sources in APML privy to the information regarding the party plans in the making told this scribe on Wednesday that APML has informal contacts with PTI second-line leadership for quite sometime, however keeping in view the possibilities of winds of change in the country, the party leadership has decided to open formal channels with PTI to offer its support for bringing a real change in the lives of the people. They added that party leadership was most likely to constitute two teams focusing making bids to join hands with PTI and evolving a strategy for the early return of Pervez Musharraf. APML founder has announced to return on March 23, 2012, however the Musharraf loyalists were considering early return of APML founder to surrender him for facing the allegations against him in a bid to gain political mileage and building the political stature of Musharraf. Sources told quoting close aides of Musharraf as saying that it would be politically beneficial for APML founder to offer himself for facing the accusations against him, while the same leaders had recently proposed Musharraf to prepare for an early comeback. When contacted, APML spokesman, Fawad Chaudhary informed that a party meeting was planned in Dubai in the third week of November in Dubai to ponder upon the matters of constituting teams for the early return of Musharraf and opening formal channels with PTI. He added that the meeting in Dubai could be scheduled for November 18. To a query, he maintained that APML founder could not be brought back through Interpol for facing the allegations against him, as the cases against Musharraf were politically motivated and he has no direct or indirect involvement in any of the cases registered against Musharraf. Meanwhile, former prime minister, Shaukat Aziz rejecting news reports regarding any involvement in Akbar Bugtis assassination talking to The Nation maintained neither he nor Musharraf has any direct or indirect connection with this tragic incident. He further maintained that he made his position clear in a letter written to the Provincial Police Officer, Quetta regarding the Akbar Bugti killing. The letter of Shaukat Aziz stated, I was the prime minister of Pakistan from August 20, 2004 to November 15, 2007. It has been alleged that the former president General Pervez Musharraf who was also chief of army staff at the time of Bugti incident had used me and others as part of a conspiracy to murder the late Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti. It was well known that the late Nawab died in a military operation on August 26, 2006. Law and order is a provincial subject and is not within the preview of the federal government. According to law it is the provincial government who requisitions the armed forces to act in aid of civil power if considered necessary. Neither I nor my government were aware or advised about the incident prior to the occurrence.