PESHAWAR - Chief of his own faction Jamiat Ulma-e-Islam-Fazal (JUI-F) Maulana Fazlur Rahman has said that the upcoming Senate elections would be held on its scheduled time and asked the political parties that had boycotted 2008 general elections, to wait instead of derailing the existing political setup. “I expect that the ongoing US-Taliban bilateral dialogue would be succeed, and the JUI-F will adopt its stance accordingly to the results of the negotiations,” Fazl said while talking to the media after attending the party’s Provincial Executive Council meeting and parliamentary meeting here on Monday.He said that he is not playing the role of a mediator.  On this occasion, JUI-F Provincial Ameer Shaikh Amanullah, General Secretary Maulana Qasim and Secretary Information Abdul Jalil Jan were also present.Maulana Fazl expressed his full confidence in JUI-F elected members and termed them the party’s assets, adding that there is no need to take oath from them for the upcoming Senate elections. He said that he wants that Senate elections should be held on its due time, and hinted that there would be no change it.He further said that the existing parliament is the elected parliament of the masses, and those who had boycotted the last general elections and did not accept the parliament should repent their mistake and it shows that they had not have a vision for future. These political forces should not try to derail the existing elected democratic setup in the country, he maintained. To a reply, he said that talks with other major political parties are in progress and are developing consensus to discouraging expected horse-trading for the Senate elections. He said that yet consensus is being developed to finalize the names of JUI-F candidates for Senate.About the prime minister’s contempt of court case, he said since the issue is sub-judice he does not want to comment on it.Maulana Fazl also hinted that the next general elections would be held this year, and they are trying to convince Jamaat-e-Islami to revive the former alliance of all politico-religious parties - Mutahidda Majlis-e-Amal (MMA)