ISLAMABAD The All Parties Conference (APC) planned by the Federal Government to evolve a national strategy after the recent militant attacks lately in some urban centres of Punjab is likely to push the rulers to launch a military operation in the North Waziristan. Well-placed political sources informed TheNation on Monday that the proposed Conference was unlikely to recommend any harsh measure like series of military operations in some parts of the Punjab, as it could have far-reaching political consequences. Credible sources within the PML-N that is currently leading provincial Government in the Punjab while ruling out possibility of a military operation in the province were of the view that the APC in an extreme situation might call for a military operation against the militants hideouts in the tribal region. There is not a single place in the Punjab that is out of the Governments control, PML-N sources said, adding there could be some militants who got training in the tribal region and returned to the province to execute their plans. Therefore, the notion that some militant elements from the Punjab province are being imparted terror training in any part of the province is not true, the sources said. Some PML-N sources have altogether different views regarding the recent terror episodes in the Punjab. Without naming anyone, they were of the view that these were plotted to create sectarian divide in the province. They alleged that some elements in the Federal Government were still involved in destabilising the PML-N-led Government for their political gains, however, they warned that PML-N leadership would prefer to leave the Government than compromising greater interest of the people of Punjab. We want the all who are participating in the APC to present their views so that an appropriate course of action could be evolved to tackle the menace of terrorism in the country, a senior PML-N leader informed TheNation while speaking on the condition of anonymity.