ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Muslim League Q's constitutional committee met here on Tuesday and decided to support the restoration of deposed judiciary through a constitutional package while retaining sitting judges. The constitutional committee of the PML-Q that met here to overview the PPP-proposed constitutional package suggested the restoration of deposed judiciary by an act of parliament without terminating sitting judges. Senator Anwar Bhinder headed the important meeting while other members, Wasim Sajjad, SM Zafar, and Khalid Ranjha, participated in it. PML-Q MNA Ghaus Bux Mehar could not attend the meeting due to his activities in his flood stricken constituency. The committee studied the PPP-proposed package thoroughly and listed a few proposals for the party leadership. It is pertinent to mention here that PPP has not yet handed over the package draft to PML-Q for consideration. In the said meeting, the committee also decided that PML-Q would oppose the restoration of deposed judiciary through resolution. During the meeting, Senator SM Zafar said that the ruling coalition should immediately address constitutional package as unnecessary delay in settling the issue was creating many problems and the masses were forced to think that the government was not willing to restore the judges. "The existing constitutional crisis can not be solved till the judges' issue remains unresolved in the country", he observed. Talking to TheNation, Senator Wasim Sajjad said that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss various legal options for settling the persistent judicial deadlock. "In the meeting, we also reviewed the PPP-proposed constitutional package though PPP has not yet handed the draft package to us formally for our input", he further added. He noted that deposed judiciary should be restored through constitutional amendment and 'sitting judges should also be retained'.  Senator Khalid Ranjha said that in Tuesday's meeting the committee reviewed 50 to 60 clauses of the PPP-proposed constitutional package and had no objection over the majority proposals of the said package.