KARACHI - Pakistan People's Party senior vice president Makhdoom Amin Faheem has said that he has no intention to quit PPP because it is his own party. He was talking to reporters here on Sunday after a meeting with PPP central leader and federal minister Syed Khursheed Shah who met him on the directives of PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari. Amin said that Pakistan should comes first saying that two provinces NWFP and Balochistan were burning and country was passing through the critical juncture of history. "I support the decision which will be done in country's interest. If Pakistan exists, PPP will be intact. Syed Khursheed Shah is senior member of the party and his close aide," he added. He dispelled the impression that Shah brought any message of Zardari to him adding that he (Amin Faheem) informed him about his decision to impeach President Pervez Musharraf. Amin said that his son Makhdooam Jameel joined Sindh cabinet according to his wish and left the Sindh cabinet according to his wish. "My son is free and independent in taking any decision regarding his political future and I never pressurised him." Senior PPP central leader and MNA told The Nation that demands of Amin Faheem and other central leaders were genuine who were sidelined by the PPP top leadership. He said that Makhdoom Amin Faheem and other central leaders were forced to push to the wall adding that all vital decisions taken by the PPP top leadership are without any consultation with the senior members of the party. "I don't believe that PPP vice president or we central PPP leaders would support Musharraf but only lodged our grievances against the top leadership of the party. I including Amin Faheem were given our lives to the party and how could we think to support a military dictator and betrayed with the party," he added. Shah said Makhdoom Amin Fahim was still with the party and would not support the dictatorship. He added that Tehrik-e-Insaf, Jamat-e-Islami, PMAP were supporting the ruling coalition on president's impeachment while contacts were being established with the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) for their support in restoring the democracy.