LAHORE Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on Thursday formally invited PML-Q leadership to participate in its mega rally to be held in the City on April 10 (Sunday). Accepting the invitation, PML-Q central leader Ch Pervaiz Elahi assured the visiting delegation headed by Dr Farooq Sattar that the PML-Q will attend the MQM rally. The recent contacts between the rival parties of the PML-N can pave way for a political alliance in future. An eight-member delegation called on Ch Pervaiz Elahi at his residence and discussed prevailing political situation and show of power by the MQM. The delegation conveyed MQM chief Altaf Hussains message and sought support from Q-League to make their rally a success. Dr Farooq Sattar told Pervaiz Elahi that Altaf Hussain would also contact PML-Q leadership on telephone to discuss prevailing political situation. Sattar congratulated Awais Leghari on his convincing victory in Dera Ghazi Khan by-election and gave the credit of his success to the good work done in Punjab during the previous regime. Talking to the media after the meeting at a joint Press conference, Farooq Sattar urged the government to take measures to create harmony and improve law and order situation in Karachi. He said that the rich segments of the society should be brought into tax net for improving economy of the country. Regretting target killings in Karachi, he said it was a big challenge for the coalition partners. He said that the incidents of Karachi target killings had increased manifold after the MQM announcement of holding a rally in Lahore. He said that the true beneficiaries of democracy in Pakistan were not the people but a handful of opportunists. Sattar urged the adoption of transparent system in the preparation of electoral rolls and in the census. Ch Pervaiz Elahi while talking to the media stressed upon the need of transparency in the recently started census and preparation of voters lists. He demanded holding of Local Government elections at the earliest. He said that MQMs inclusion in the mainstream national politics would improve harmony in the country. He said that despite N Leagues supporting turncoats, PML-Q was still a popular party and the D.G.Khan election victory was a sign of even better times ahead. Pervaiz said that the people appreciated the services rendered by the former govt of Punjab while they were dissatisfied with the present regime. He said that the Punjab government has unleashed poverty, unemployment and inflation in the province. He said that the issue of doctors and PCS officers had gone out of control due to rulers 'incompetence and mishandling.