LAHORE - President PML-Q Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain has said that water dispute between India and Pakistan was graver issue than terrorism and require immediate solution. He was addressing a press conference here at the Muslim League House on Wednesday. PML-Q Balochistan general secretary Arbab Hashim Kansi, PML-Q Lahore president Mian Munir and MPA Dr Samia Amjad were also present on the occasion. Ch Shujaat Hussain said that Sumera Malik was still part of the Q-League and she had only been removed from the office that she was holding. To a question, he said that there was nothing such an entity like forward bloc and anyone willing to hold the party command was free to participate in the party polls to be held next year. He ruled out the possibility of merger of Muslim League factions and asserted the party would retain its individuality at any cost. He said not merger but the alliance with other parties was a possibility adding it's the time that all parties should be united to solve the ongoing crisis. About alliance with PPP, he said there was nothing between the two political parties and any reconciliation between the two political forces was only on national issues. To a query about the expansion of the Federal Cabinet and the burden on national economy, he said it wasn't a big issue and didn't make much difference. To a question regarding the victory of Barrack Obama in the US polls, Shujaat said in the beginning there were some harsh statements against Pakistan but later the newly-elected US President expressed hope to solve the core issue of Kashmir which was a positive sign. He also said mother of Obama had also worked in various cities of Pakistan including Gujranwala, Gujrat, Jehlum. Ch Shujaat said that if the leaders of the country have their capital in other countries, they should bring it back to Pakistan to solve the ongoing crisis. He said the Punjab govt was victimising opponents in the name of audit of funds. PML-Q Balochistan leader Arbab Hashim said the nation had shown an unprecedented spirit to help the quake affectees but unfortunately most of the quake-hit population was still devoid of the relief goods due to mismanagement by the administration. He said the city of Ziarat had been worst affected with the quake and people needing aid there have still not provided any assistance. He said there was a need to solve the issue with proper management so that the afflicted people could be benefited from the aid sent from within the country and abroad. He thanked his party Chief for aiding the quake affectees and sending the trucks loaded with the relief goods to the quake-hit Balochistan. To a question about former chief minister Balochistan Jam Yousaf, he said he was still in the party and there was no reality in the reports pertaining to his differences with the party leadership.