ISLAMABAD Two major factions of Pakistan Muslim League, PML-N and PML-Q, Wednesday, mended fences after the latter offered to withdraw one of its two members nominated for 8-memebr Parliamentary Committee on Constitutional Reforms (PCCR) headed by Senator Raza Rabbani. This was decided during a meeting between PML-N senior leader Ishaq Dar and PML-Q President Ch Shujaat Hussain. The meeting took place in the chamber of Opposition Leader in the Senate Wasim Sajjad. The proposed committee comprising four MNAs and four Senators would review the process of appointment of judges in the light of the Supreme Courts directives. Credible sources privy to these major political developments informed TheNation that ice melted between the two estranged PML factions after Senator Ishaq Dar from the PML-N met with Q-League Chief Senator Ch Shujaat Hussain and requested him to withdraw one of its members in order to accommodate the PML-N nominee. Sources said that the meeting also decided to continue cooperation between the two parties in future. PML-Q, which is the main opposition party in the Senate, had nominated Ch Shujaat and Wasim Sajjad for the parliamentary committee. Sources further said that both the parties also agreed to consult each other over issues of greater political importance. Although the informed sources did not agree, yet other sources maintained that both parties might close their ranks and install Muslim Leagues government once the PML-N gets rid of the PPP. Earlier, in October, a meeting took place between PML-Q leaders Tariq Azim and SM Zafar with Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and other key PML-N leaders in Lahore. The meeting was seen as a significant move towards a possible alliance. Meanwhile, in September, senior PML-N leader Pervaiz Rasheed had said that PML-N will welcome the PML-Q if they rejoin the party. The latest developments come in the backdrop of Pir Pagara spearheading a 'merger of the Muslim Leagues in order to form a united Muslim League. PML-N and PML-Q have kept a distance from this arrangement.