QUETTA- President PML (Q) Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and party's Presidential candidate Syed Mushahid Hussain Syed while welcoming announcement of ceasefire by armed resistance groups in Balochistan have demanded of the govt for positive response to this announcement. Military action should be stopped forthwith and steps be taken for resolution of problems through dialogue, they said. They expressed these views while addressing a Press conference here on Thursday. They arrived here in connection with Presidential election campaign. Only six members of PML(Q) in Balochistan Assembly were present at the airport to receive them. However, four of them had supported the resolution which was passed from the Balochistan Assembly in favour of PPP Presidential candidate Asif Ali Zardari. Responding to a question regarding votes from Balochistan Assembly, Mushahid Hussain said that vote would be cast through secret ballot. However, he hoped that members of Parliament would cast their votes in accordance with their conscience. He said that it was PML-Q stance from the first day that the issue of Balochistan should be solved through political means and using of force would harm the stability of the country. 'We formed a Parliamentary Committee after consultations. Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti, Asma Jehangir and other people expressed their full confidence in it. We prepared complete report. If it was implemented then the situation would not have been worse in Balochistan', he added. Mushahid Hussain said that he was committed that if he was elected the President he would abolish both 58(2)B and NRO. He said that PML(Q) wanted political and democratic culture should flourish in the country and politics of confrontation should be stopped.   Responding a query, he said that he did not support former President Pervez Musharraf's stand on judiciary, Lal Masjid action, military drive in Balochistan. PML-Central President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain said that they had never done politics of confrontation and always kept up the larger interest of country.   'Today also we want to save Pakistan and make it complete democratic country', he said and ,added, that our stance regarding Balochistan was always remained clear and we always wanted to solve the issues through negotiations.