ISLAMABAD - President Pakistan Muslim League (PML-Q) Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain here on Thursday said that his party was still enjoying good relations with presidency and had never tried to shun contacts with President Pervez Musharraf.   Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, while ruling out any change in party's leadership, said that PML-Q was only being re-organized across the country. "Neither any change is being introduced in the party's leadership nor we have any such plan," he said this during a press briefing at PML-Q House followed by a meeting of the party office bearers from Rawalpindi Division. "PML-Q, despite defeat in February 18 elections, has not focused on party affairs," he said, adding that party was being reorganized across the country.  Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain vowed to expose all those elements that were creating fissures between the ranks of the party. Flaying the government, he said that it was beyond understanding that who was running the government. Responding to a question, he said that there was no development for the reinstatement of the deposed judges as members of the committee had different opinions on draft prepared for restoration of the deposed judiciary. The Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi asked PML-N to bring prices of flour as per to the level fixed in 1997 according to its pledge it had made with the nation during electioneering. "Government is concentrating on revengeful activities instead of redressing problems being faced by the citizens," he alleged. MNA Sheikh Waqas Akram alleged that the government was not ready to listen to the opposition party's point of view in the National Assembly. "We have submitted numerous motions for debate on problems being faced by masses but to no avail," he said and added, "We have also submitted adjournment motions on FCR, Kashmir and closing of National Internship Programme but speaker and deputy speaker were not ready to listen us."