MAQSOOD TIRMIZI ISLAMABAD - Contentious issues between the two ruling coalition parties in Sindh - PPP and PML-Q - have amicably been resolved on Wednesday after the intervention of top leadership of the two parties. PML-Q Sindh Secretary-General Haleem Adil Sheikh, when contacted, told this scribe that they met PML-Q President Ch Shujaat Hussain and Senior Minister Ch Pervaiz Elahi and discussed the issues being faced by them in Sindh. "There are various issues but the most important for us was the relief work in our constituencies in Sindh after flood and heavy rains. No funds and relief goods were being given to our members to distribute in their respective constituencies. We are being neglected", Haleem Adil said while adding that PML-Q in Sindh was being treated as a third-level coalition partner. He said that Sindh government never accepted PML-Q in Sindh but it was only President Asif Ali Zardari that always paid attention to their problems. "Today we met our party leadership and were ready to submit our resignations. However, the party chief assured us that the matter has been discussed with President Zardari", he told. He further said that during the meeting Ch Shujaat Hussain told them that President Zardari had directed the Sindh Government to resolve the issues of PML-Q in Sindh and assured that the funds and relief goods would be given to their members for their flood-affected constituencies. It is pertinent to mention here that a delegation of PML-Q Sindh chapter came to Islamabad to submit their resignations to their party chief in protest against the ruling PPP attitude.