LAHORE - The PML-Q forward Bloc has strongly opposed the 60-40 percent power sharing arrangement between PPP and PML-N in Punjab government and termed the formula disastrous for the PML-N as well as for the bloc in future. According to the sources in the PML-Q-forward bloc, a number of members of the bloc annoyed over the PPP-PML-N joining hands feel that the old power sharing formula will leave a very little for them to share. Criticising the agreement, they said that PPP had again succeeded in its conspiracy to penetrate into the Punjab government with the same privilege and status as it had enjoyed in the past. They feared that the move might create some cracks in the relations of forward bloc and PML-N as they, who stood by the latter at the critical time, had not been consulted despite having stakes. Rift would emerge sooner or later, claimed a member of the bloc requesting not to be identified. Whenever we were asked to give our inputs over the issue of inclusion of PPP in Punjab, we opposed it. Now it is regretful that we were not taken on board in the process of finalising the inclusion of PPP in the Punjab government, he commented. Since we are also the stakeholders in the Punjab government, PML-N must have taken us into confidence, he maintained. The sources said that the inclusion of PPP in the Punjab government would pave way for those who will be interested in undermining PML-N-forward bloc equation slowly and gradually. Another influential member of the forward bloc seeking anonymity claimed that the PPP would trap the PML-N again. He said that 60-40 power sharing formula between PML-N and PPP would naturally harm the interests of the unification bloc. Before the inclusion of PPP, PML-N had agreed to benefit the bloc by awarding more than 10 ministries. While we were offered to chose two or three ministries on our own, he added. Thus after fresh PPP-PML-N accord to run the Punjab government the bloc would be marginalised, he regretted. With the PPP joining the Punjab government, the PPP ministers would promote and propagate their party interests by launching welfare programmes in their own constituencies. They would use public offices to serve their own people to revise their political graph fast declining over the last few months. This would help PPP consolidate its position in Punjab, he said. So, if it happens, PML-Ns dream of sweeping the entire Punjab in next elections will not be possible. However, he said, despite all odds the unification bloc was still committed to keep supporting PML-N in greater national interest.