ISLAMABAD - PML-Q has finally decided to build working relationship with PPP-led Government without leaving the Opposition benches, sources informed on Wednesday. On the other hand, PML-Q (Likeminded) during its CEC meeting has demanded of the Prime Minister to resign as he has lost the majority in the National Assembly. The decision to build working relationship with PPP while staying on the Opposition benches was taken after the meeting of the partys Parliamentarians as a number of them were of the view that joining the treasury benches will be tantamount to step in a sinking boat, sources disclosed. They further revealed that a number of members during the Parliamentary partys meeting held the other day expressed their concerns regarding the next general elections pointing out at poor situation of development works in their respective constituencies and urged the leadership to build working relationship with PPP as it could help in working on development schemes. Sources privy to the development further informed that the PML-Q senior leadership had also conveyed the partys decision to the Prime Minister during a meeting held on Tuesday evening. However, addressing the CWC meeting held Wednesday, PML-Q President Ch Shujat Hussain assured the party workers that they would not join the Government as number of party workers and Parliamentarians were not in its favour. Talking about the party leaders and workers in Balochistan, he said that PML-Q MPAs in the province were still loyal to the party and it might form its government in the province any time. Former Chief Minister Punjab Ch Pervaiz Elahi said that the party lacks the required votes to move vote of no confidence against the Prime Minister. He was of the view that PML-N should take the initiative and then PML-Q would decide whether to support the move or not. Senator S M Zafar, however, reportedly termed PPP Government a danger for democracy and suggested to make a plan to hold rallies and protests against PPP-led Government for corruption and inflation in the country. He further said that the PML-Q should support PML-N if it moved vote of no confidence against Premium Gilani. CWC also passed unanimous resolutions against the recent increase in POL prices, drone attacks and abduction of minorities in Sindh and in favour of Blasphemy Law as well as early solution of Kashmir dispute under UN resolutions. Meanwhile, President PML-Q (Likeminded) Senator Salim Saifullah Khan has demanded of Prime Minister Gilani to resign from his seat as he had lost majority in the Parliament. Its the political, democratic and moral obligation upon the Prime Minister to quit the Government and give resignation, he said on Wednesday while addressing a press conference held after the CEC meeting of his party. He said that joining the Government would be similar to go for a suicide while alleging that PPP and PML (N) were looting the national exchequer with both hands and the wrong policies of the present Government and corruption had brought the country on the verge of disaster. Humayun Akhtar Khan, Kashmala Tariq, Gauhar Ayub Khan, Riaz Fatyana, Senator Fauzia Fakhrul Zaman, Arbab Zakaullah, Wajeeh Ul Zaman Khan, Iqbal Dar, Kabir Ali Wasti, Gulam Abbas, Col (Retd) Khalid Munir, Ajab Gul Surani, Malik Riaz, Zahir Shah, Faqir Hussain Bukhari, Mian Asif, Uzma Kardar and other senior members of the party were also present on the occasion. Salim, while criticising the Government, said that earlier PPP called PML (Q) 'Qatil league but now for the sake of staying in power, it was now carrying out meetings to gain the support of 'Qatil league. He said that free media and strong opposition are vital for the development of any state, but unfortunately in his thirty-year political career he had never seen such a weak opposition. He said that now its the need of the hour to kick out corrupt rulers from politics. He said the Government had completely failed to provide relief to the masses, adding it did not pay heed to the issues of national importance. He said that the 19th Amendment has many flaws, which will promote dynastic politics in the country as Article 17(4) has been deleted which implies elections within the political parties. Similarly under Article 63, unlimited powers have been granted to party presidents to cancel the party membership of even those in the Parliament. To a question, he said that if PML came up with vote of no confidence against the Prime Minister, eight members of his party would also vote against him.