LAHORE-The PPPs Punjab President Imtiaz Safdar Warraich on Thursday ruled out the possibility of making any alliance with PML-Q in Punjab, saying no such decision had been taken in this regard. Talking to reporters after chairing a party meeting at PPPs Faisal Town Secretariat, Warraich said PPP had no intention of forming a political alliance with the PML-Q in Punjab in the future. He said his party was in contact with PML-Q leadership to improve its working relationship with that party both in the Centre and in Punjab. He said that PPP still adhered to its policy of reconciliation with all political parties including PML-N and PML-Q. Replying to a question about young doctors strike, the PPP leader criticised Punjab government for not resolving the issue in the very beginning. He said the matter should not have been prolonged for so many days. Warraich was not ready to condemn young doctors when a reporter drew his attention towards patients deaths which took place while they were on strike. Talking about re-opening of Z.A Bhutto case, he said that the decision against ZAB was the most controversial one in countrys judicial history as the judges were under pressure to give a verdict of rulers choice. He said one of the judges, Nasim Hasan Shah, was on record having confessed that all the judges were coerced into delivering an anti-Bhutto judgement. To a question on Benazir Bhutto murder case, PPPs Punjab President said 90 per cent of investigation was complete and the remaining will also be concluded soon. He said partys central executive committee had expressed its satisfaction over the progress so far made in investigation of the case. Earlier, Safdar discussed organisational matters with partys district Presidents belonging to Sahiwal, Okara and Pakpattan. The meeting decided to hold workers convention on April16 at Faisalabad and one at Sahiwal in the last week of April. It was decided to re-organise the party at tehsil level. Matters related to provincial and National Assembly constituencies in the three districts were also discussed.