ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Peoples Party was facing a lot of difficulties to keep the coalition government intact as the tension between two of its coalition partners MQM and Awami National Party had acquired rather dangerous dimension with both sides coming out with direct accusation against each other. Sources in the PPP informed The Nation that President Asif Ali Zardari was not happy over the situation and had asked Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik to ease down the rising tension between the two parties. It was revealed that Prime Minister Gilani after his Quetta visit would have meeting with both MQM, ANP leadership to bring down temperatures on both sides. Gilani went to Quetta to announce special package to bring the backward province at par with rest of the country but actually he was there to neutralise the growing discontentment among the Baloch leaders against the incumbent Chief Minister Nawab Aslam Raisani, whose unreasonable behaviour led to the resignation of the Speaker Balochistan Assembly Aslam Bhootani while a few of his Cabinet colleagues have also threatened to resign. Sources further said that the recent spate of accusation and counter-accusation against each other by ANP and MQM regarding the target killings and other unlawful activities in the port city of Karachi had perturbed the PPP government which was already under tremendous pressure from the flexing of muscles by the Pakistan Muslim League(Nawaz) and the discontentment of their new coalition partner Pakistan Muslim League(Quaid) which was not satisfied with the Ministerial portfolios given to their MPs in the Federal Cabinet.